Massachusetts Wills Attorney
We make getting a will in Massachusetts easy. It can be devastating to your family if you don’t have one.
If you die without a will, Massachusetts will make one for you. Suppose you die leaving a spouse and children. You wanted your spouse to inherit everything, assuming that your kids would receive the remainder upon your spouse’s death. But that may not happen.
If you die without a will, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts will decide what to do with your estate. Take care of your family and prepare a will today!
In Massachusetts your spouse may get only one-third to one-half of your estate while the kids might receive the rest. What happens if you die before making a will that names a guardian for your minor children? This critical decision would then be made by a probate judge-who probably doesn’t know your family.
To start the process, fill out our Massachusetts will questionnaire. Our attorneys will use this information to begin drafting a legally binding will.
A will is a written document detailing instructions as to how you want your assets divided up after your death. You might also include information as to a child’s guardianship, how (or if) you are to be buried and the appointment of an executor of your will.
Do not leave it up to the state to decide how to manage your estate. If you do not have a will in Massachusetts, contact Attorney Alan H. Segal today!