Wayne County Lawyer Drafting Wills
It’s not easy to think about leaving loved ones behind, but successful planning for the future includes taking steps to ensure that your family is taken care of when you pass away. A will provides them with the guidance they need at a time when they need it the most.
At the law offices of Robert D. Paulbeck, Attorney at Law we have extensive experience drafting wills as complex or simple depending on our your needs. Our attorney, Robert Paulbeck, will work with you to understand how you would like your assets distributed and who you would like to care for your children. Whether you want to leave your assets to your children and your grandchildren or to a favorite charity, we will make sure your will reflects your goals.
A Client-Centered Approach To Estate Planning
Attorney Paulbeck has more than 25 years of estate planning experience. He understands that everyone’s situation is unique. When drafting a will, he will take the time to learn about your individual situation so he can develop a will focused on achieving your goals and protecting your assets.
Based on his years of experience, he knows the right questions to ask when considering how you would like your assets distributed. He can also help you anticipate potential issues left unaddressed that could cause bitter family disputes. Without making this clear, families are forced to guess what their loved one would want, which can divide families for years. We want you to have peace of mind knowing your will clearly outlines your plans and should not be misinterpreted.
A Lawyer Who Will Help You Prepare Your Plan For The Future
The best way to avoid a will contest is a well-written estate plan. Attorney Robert Paulbeck has extensive experience in probate litigation. He understands what issues need to be addressed upfront to mitigate the potential for litigation. Contact his estate planning law firm in Trenton, Michigan, by phone at 734-692-3225 or by email to schedule a free initial consultation and learn how you can document your plans with a simple or comprehensive will.