A loved one has passed away. Now what?
When someone dies, the estate (all of his/her property, money, and belongings) needs to be handled. In addition, bills need to be paid, accounts closed, property sold or distributed, and more. Estates follow very specific procedures and they can become complicated very quickly. In order to ensure that everything is handled smoothly and accurately, it is important that you work with an experienced law firm.
When should I start thinking about making a will?
Right now. Creating a will gives you control over everything you leave behind. If you die without one, the State will decide how to distribute everything you owned. This may not be what you want; your wishes—whatever they were while you were alive—will no longer matter. Unfortunately, accidents can happen at any time and you don’t want to leave your family unprepared (especially if you have children under 18). Making a will ensures that your family will be cared for after you’re gone and saves them from arguing over inheritance.
We will make the difference.
With over 35 years of experience drafting wills and handling estate and probate matters, we understand better than most that it can be time consuming and tedious. Fortunately, that’s one of many areas in which we excel. Whether you need to settle the estate of a loved one or you would like to create a will for yourself, we can help. At Carey Law Office, we do everything we can to provide the highest caliber of personal, professional, and experienced service. Our clients’ interests are our top priority, so we use the latest technology to maximize your privacy, confidentiality, and convenience. This will allow you to securely review everything related to this matter in the privacy of your home at any time. This system also enables you to upload documents, receive deadline reminders, and talk to staff members and your attorney online.
In handling estates, we will help you finalize it while minimizing the stress that falls on you. We are dedicated to working with you, handling all financial responsibilities involved in your loved one’s estate, including dealing with creditors, handling insurance policies, and beyond, all while keeping track of the State’s strict deadlines. We also offer access to helpful resources like accountants, real estate agents, and other professionals, should your situation require additional guidance. With our help, all of the information you need will be in one place. We also help our clients draft wills and estate plans. By going over all of your options with you and tailoring our expert legal advice to your needs, we create a thorough will and/or estate plan for you to ensure your wishes will be met and your family will be taken care of after you’ve gone.