We provide guidance and protection regarding estate planning and beneficiary distribution to ensure properly distributed wills.
Lexwit Law engages in estate planning and will procedures. With this matter, we ensure our clients receive the most effective consultation. Developing estate plans and wills can be complex. The tiniest error may result in major inconveniences and misunderstandings – the wrong person may receive most of the beneficiaries.
At Lexwit Law, we explain complex situations in the most simple yet detailed matter. We personalize legal counsel for each client by taking a detailed overview of their estate or will. We draft detailed, easy-to-follow documents relating to your estate to ensure you have made the right choice. We translate complicated plans or readings into a language you can understand.
At Lexwit Law, we are fully aware of how vulnerable estate and beneficiary planning can be. Therefore, our mission is to protect our client’s interests and guide them throughout the beneficiary process. With years of knowledge and experience in this matter, our team ensures that your family, children and their legacy will be in a position that will enable you to feel safe and at peace.
A power of attorney is a legal document that authorizes someone to act on your behalf in legal and financial matters. It’s important to have a power of attorney in place in case you become incapacitated and unable to make decisions for yourself. There are different types of power of attorney, including general power of attorney and enduring power of attorney.
Probate is the legal process of validating a will and distributing the assets of a deceased person. The executor of the will is responsible for applying for probate and managing the distribution of assets. The probate process can be complex and time-consuming, so it’s important to work with an experienced estate lawyer.
An estate plan is a comprehensive set of legal documents that outline your wishes for the distribution of your assets after you pass away. It can include a will, a power of attorney, and a trust, among other documents. Estate planning is important to ensure that your wishes are carried out and to minimize the potential for disputes among your heirs.