Wills

Wills & Estate Planning in Flint, MI

Our Flint Lawyers Can Help You Protect Your Assets: Call (810) 292-3115 to Learn More

The purpose of estate planning is to put together the necessary documents to ensure that your property and assets are protected and properly distributed after your passing or after you are no longer able to care for yourself.

Choose Our Genesee County Will Lawyers

Taking the steps to establish a plan for your future is both an intelligent and worthwhile investment. At CFlegal, PC., our Flint will lawyers are highly familiar with all of the aspects of estate planning, including how to establish a concise will.

There are a number of different types of wills we can assist you to draft, including:

  • Last will and testament
  • Living will
  • Statutory will

Last Will and Testament

A Last Will and Testament is a legal document that outlines an individual's instructions for the distribution of their assets, appointment of an executor, guardianship of dependents, and other key matters after their death, ensuring that their wishes are followed and their estate is managed according to their preferences.

Living Will (Advanced Directive):

While not a traditional will, a living will or advance healthcare directive specifies an individual's wishes regarding medical treatment and end-of-life decisions, including the use of life-sustaining measures in the event they are unable to communicate their preferences.

Statutory Will

A Statutory Will, also known as a "fill-in-the-blanks will," is a simplified and standardized legal document provided by some jurisdictions that allows individuals to create a basic will by filling in predetermined forms, requiring minimal customization, and often following specific legal requirements to ensure the document's validity.

What a Will Can Do for You

A will is a complete legal document that details exactly what you would like to happen when you pass. This includes how your assets and property will be handled, as well as your final healthcare if anything should happen to you. Instructions about how you would like your remains to be handled should also be included in your will.

A will is necessary regardless of the value of your property, money, and assets. We can also help you through the probate process. If you need a Genesee County probate attorney, turn to CFlegal, PC.

Contact Our Flint Will Lawyers

Crafting a legally sound will is not just about distributing your assets—it's about securing your legacy and ensuring your loved ones are cared for after your passing. CFlegal, PC., the trusted Flint Will Lawyers, is here to guide you through the complexities of wills and probate in Michigan.
 


Call (810) 292-3115 to find out how our client-recommended will lawyers can help you with the prompt, personalized service you need to find peace of mind.


 

Avoiding Future Issues & Disputes

If a will is not put in place with the help of a Genesee County estate planning attorney, issues may arise once you have passed. A will that has been properly drafted can help avoid your property from being improperly distributed, especially if your assets go through the probate process.

Regardless of your current health or age, you can count on us to use our skills to your advantage and help you to draft a detailed will. Reach out to us now at (810) 292-3115 to schedule your initial consultation with our Genesee County will attorneys. We offer flexible appointment times to fit into your busy schedule.


Contact us at (810) 292-3115 today to learn more about our comprehensive legal services for wills and estate planning.


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