Orlando Wills and Testaments Attorneys
Assisting Individuals and Families Throughout Florida
Everyone should have a will. A will is a legal document that allows you to decide how your assets should be divided after your death. If you have underage children, you can decide who gets custody of them should you die before they reach adulthood.
It is a good idea to have a lawyer draw up a will for you, detailing everything you want how you want it so there will be no confusion once you are gone. The experienced Florida wills and testaments lawyers at Payas, Payas & Payas, LLP in Orlando can help.
Compassionate Support For Your Estate Planning Needs
No one wants to think about their own death and deciding how to divide your assets can be upsetting and complicated. At Payas, Payas & Payas, LLP, we understand the emotional toll drawing up a will can have, so we make the process as painless as possible. We are prepared to:
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- Help you identify your assets
- Explain the legal ramifications of your decisions
- Determine what type of will you need
- Create a will that is legal and binding
You Can make changes to your will at any time, for any reason, including:
- The birth or adoption of a child
- The death of one of your beneficiaries
For simple changes, we can create a codicil, which is an amendment to your existing will. For major changes, you can create an entirely new will that will supersede the old one. Whatever you decide, we will be there to help guide you through the process.
When it’s not your will
Writing your own will is not the only reason you might need an attorney for a will. What if you think a family member’s will is questionable? You can hire an attorney to “contest the will” if you think the will is flawed. Disputes over wills are very common. When you hire us, we do everything in our power to determine the validity of the document and get you the outcome you were hoping for.
Trust us to get you the best outcome possible in your wills matters
Make sure you know what you are doing before you do it. Call our compassionate wills attorneys for assistance at 888.582.8781 or contact us online for a free consultation.