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Drafting a Last Will & Testament

It doesn’t matter how old you are, how healthy you are, or how much property you own – it is important to have a will. A legally sound Last Will and Testament is the only way for you to ensure that your wishes are carried out after you pass on. After all, life is unexpected, and having a proper plan in place can protect your loved ones and your assets from undue taxes, creditors, lawsuits, or the decisions of a probate court that does not understand the intricacies of your intentions and goals.

Will drafting, review, and litigation are important estate planning services provided by Francois Legal Group, LLC to clients across Prince George’s County, Maryland. If you want to put an experienced professional on your side as you draft and register your Last Will and Testament or initiate proceedings to challenge a family member’s will, we can help. Prince George’s County wills lawyer E. Regine Francois is highly experienced in these matters and provides her counsel with the diligence and personalized attention that you deserve.

For a confidential consultation and review of your needs, call (301) 329-2189.

Call Our Upper Marlboro Offices About Your Will

A Last Will and Testament is a legal document that states, in writing, how one would like to have his or her estate administered upon death. In Maryland, your will must be registered with the state, accompanied by a Proof of Execution form, and signed by two credible witnesses.

A will may include designations regarding:

  • The naming of a personal representative to oversee the administration of the estate.
  • How property and assets will be distributed to family members and loved ones.
  • How and whether any assets will be distributed to charitable organizations.
  • The nomination of a guardian for your minor children or other dependents, if you have any.

Without a will, the laws of the State of Maryland will dictate who will care for your children, who will manage your estate, and how your property will be distributed. Only with a legal will can you be certain that your wishes will be carried out as you see fit. Make sure you work with a lawyer who can guide you through these proceedings with skill and ease.

Call our Upper Marlboro offices at (301) 329-2189 or contact us online to learn more about our will and other estate planning services.

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