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  • David Fried, Esq.

Procrastination's Unintended Consequences: A Will Can Make Things Much Easier for Your Family

Very often there are things we want to do that we never find time to actually get done. Getting a Will is commonly put on the backburner. Now, you are able to get a Will done while in the comfort of your own home. That’s one less reason to procrastinate! Having a will is arguably one of the most important things you can do for yourself and your family. Not only can a Will legally protect your spouse, children, and assets, it will also spell out exactly how you wish your Estate to be handled. Without a will, your wishes are abandoned and instead, state law kicks in. Without a Will, state law becomes your “default.” This often causes unnecessary conflicts within families and deprives people from having their wishes fulfilled. For these reasons, many of our clients come to us to draft their will. While they are at it, most people also like to get a health care proxy and power of attorney, as these documents give you even more protection when the unthinkable occurs.

Our process is simple and very efficient as you will quickly learn when speaking with our attentive team. Aware of the economic pressures, we are trying to make it a bit easier. For a limited time, we are offering a 30% discount for Wills with a Health Care Proxy and Power of Attorney included FREE. If you are interested, you can reach our office at 845-671-1883 Ext. 1 to get more information or through our website. We look forward to hearing from you! [Click Here For More Site Info!]

Our friends at PKF O’Connor Davies – Accountants & Advisors have also shared a link on the financial benefits of having a Will, Health Care Proxy, and Power of Attorney in place. Take a peek below! This information is helpful. [Click Here For Financial Info!]

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