What are the pros and cons of creating your will online? Is a will created online actually considered a legal document? At what point is a will necessary? What is the typical process for creating a will, and what should be included?
Jackie Cara, managing partner at Cara Law, a New York based Estate Law Firm, answers these questions and others regarding estate planning and will creation. Learn why unmarried couples, especially, need to have the proper legal documents in place, and what happens if you don’t have them.
There are a lot of factors to consider when creating a will that aren’t covered by online will creation websites. Complicating factors such as unmarried couples, unmarried couples who own a home together, mixed families, kids with special needs, as well as many others, need to be addressed by an attorney.
Cara Law has been practicing for over 2 decades and has helped hundreds of people create estate plans, wills, trusts, guardianships, powers of attorney, and more. As a small firm, you get personalized attention from an attorney who listens to what your goals are and creates a very customized plan just for you.
Even if you already have a will in place, it is a good idea to have it reviewed periodically. Get in touch with Cara Law to schedule your consultation to discuss planning and protecting yourself, your family and your future.