Many people ask about the cost of creating a Will. Prospective clients
often expect costs to be minimal and ask why they cannot just purchase
a Will from the internet. But, the real question is “what is the
cost of NOT creating a properly drafted Will?”
Protecting your family and your assets is not just about gathering the
necessary legal documents. Planning for the future entails looking at
a family’s goals, concerns, and values through a holistic lens.
It is important that, throughout the process, families are advised on
developing a plan that takes into consideration their unique needs and
is flexible enough to continue to meet those needs as they change.
If you join a gym, what you pay for is membership. You can visit that
gym every day and work out. However, if you have specific weight loss
or strength goals, wouldn’t you prefer to receive targeted guidance
from an experienced trainer? Without this professional knowledge, how
will you know if the hard work that you are putting in daily will allow
you to achieve the results you are looking for? Consider obtaining a Will
from the internet through the same perspective. Through this avenue, your
purchase includes only a document. You will not receive the benefits of
advice and guidance from an experienced attorney. Unfortunately, in the
case of a Will, it will be too late once it is recognized that the Will
has not met your specific needs. The cost of not creating a Will with
an experienced attorney is significant. For more information, contact
Sharna Favuzza at 781.914.3778 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.