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Putting Your Affairs in Order for Your Loved Ones

When it comes to making a will, most people assume it's something they'll get around to "someday." However, when that someday comes, you may find yourself feeling overwhelmed by the process.

At Veterans Advocacy Law Group, we understand that making a will is an important step in planning for the future. Our team of will writing attorneys is here to help you create a will that puts your family's needs first. We can also assist you with other estate planning needs, such as living wills, trusts, and more.

Call (888) 680-9612 or contact us online to schedule a complimentary initial consultation with a qualified wills lawyer serving veterans nationwide.

The Importance of a Will for Veterans

A will is essential for veterans in the U.S. because it allows them to specify how their assets will be distributed after their passing. This is particularly crucial for veterans who may receive various benefits, such as pensions or life insurance, as they can designate heirs and beneficiaries.

A will ensures that their wishes are legally recognized, preventing disputes and ensuring their loved ones receive the intended support. Additionally, veterans can use a will to name guardians for their minor children if needed.

Without a will, state laws will dictate asset distribution, potentially overlooking important considerations for veterans and their families. Therefore, creating a will provides veterans with control, peace of mind, and the opportunity to tailor their estate plans to their unique circumstances.

If you are a veteran and are considering creating a will, reach out to Veterans Advocacy Law Group for experienced guidance. Our wills lawyers serve veterans nationwide. Dial (888) 680-9612 or reach out online.

Protect Your Legacy with a Trust

While a will is an essential component of estate planning, a trust can offer additional benefits and protections for your assets and loved ones. At Veterans Advocacy Law Group, our Denver attorneys can help you create a trust that reflects your unique wishes and provides peace of mind for you and your family.

Benefits of a trust include:

  • Privacy: Unlike a will, a trust is not a public document and can keep your financial affairs confidential.
  • Avoiding Probate: A trust can help your heirs avoid the time-consuming and expensive probate process.
  • Asset Protection: A trust can protect your assets from creditors and lawsuits.
  • Incapacity Planning: A trust can include provisions for managing your assets if you become incapacitated.
  • Tax Planning: A trust can offer tax benefits and minimize estate taxes.

Our experienced attorneys can guide you through the process of creating a trust that meets your unique needs and goals. Contact us today to schedule a consultation.

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