Whether you are considering creating a will for the first time or changing your existing will, the attorneys at Glatstein & O’Brien can help. Our attorneys are experienced in drafting wills for simple and complicated estates, and for clients of modest means and high net worth.
A will is a set of instructions directing when, how, and to whom your property should pass upon your death. In addition, you may name a guardian for your minor or disabled adult child in your will.
You must be at least age 18 and of sound mind to make a will, must know what property you own, who your immediate family members are, and to whom you want your property to be given. A will must be signed by you (or at your direction). A will must be witnessed or notarized by a Notary Public. It is prudent, when possible, to have your will witnessed by two disinterested parties and notarized.
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