Estate Planning

Prepare for the unknown when you work with the team at Paul B. deHoll Attorney at Law. My firm assists with individuals going through estate planning in Springfield, VA. With me on your side, you will be able to make difficult decisions regarding your assets. Speak with me to settle any potential disputes and make your wishes known.

The Importance of Estate Planning

It is impossible to predict how long you will live. Have peace of mind that your stocks, property, money, and other belongings are in the right hands when you turn to me for your estate planning services. We help you make the difficult decision before it is too late.

Estate planning is vital for more than just those who are past the age of retirement. By deciding on your estate before death, you will save your family from painful fighting and other disputes. With the right planning, you will make your final wishes known to all in your life.

While many think that estate planning is only necessary for those with a lot of money, the truth is that proper planning is important for everyone. In fact, it often means more to families with moderate assets, because they can afford to lose the least.

What happens in cases where you do not complete your estate planning before you die? In most of these cases, your assets will be distributed according to the probate laws in your state. If you are married, this could mean that your spouse only receives a fraction of your estate. Instead of letting the future of your family be decided in a courtroom, let us help you state your wishes.

Making Difficult Decisions Easy

From choosing an executor to determining which of your loved ones to leave money to, there are many decisions you must make to complete your estate planning. While your choices may seem obvious, there are a number of different factors to consider before you sign off on your will. I will be happy to assist you with each of these decisions.

It is important to remember that while a will provides instructions for your friends and family, it will not help you avoid probate. All assets that are in your name must go through probate to settle any debts after death. Our attorney is here to help you and your family with any questions you have regarding this process.

Contact me in Springfield, Virginia, to start the estate planning process. I work closely with clients throughout Alexandria, Arlington, Fairfax, Burke, and surrounding areas.