Making Your Wishes Known

Many people are unaware of the importance of a thoughtful, well-drafted will. Anyone can reap significant benefits from having a will, regardless of age or income. If you have yet to take the initial steps in the estate planning process, drafting a will is a smart place to start. At Canavan Law PLC, in Tucson, our attorney Bryan Canavan helps clients draft wills that will be beneficial and enforceable for years to come, and he can help you.

If you do not have a legal will, there are many reasons why this legal document is necessary. While you cannot predict what will happen in the future, you can plan well and look ahead with confidence. Making a will can provide peace of mind for you, as well as your loved ones.

The Difference Between A Will And A Trust

A last will is a legal document that goes into effect only at the time of your death. It appoints a person to act as the legal representative of your estate and carry out the distribution of your assets and wealth. Through careful will planning, we can help you accomplish the following:

  • Outline what you want to happen to your property, assets and wealth
  • Name a person to oversee the execution of your estate and distribution of assets
  • Plan for the care of minor children in the event of your death

A trust goes into effect immediately upon creation, and there are different types of trusts for different needs. While a trust is a useful tool for some people, it is not essential for every estate plan.

No matter how large your estate may be or the value of your personal assets, you have the right to decide what happens to it in case you pass. You can address your personal property in a will, plan for the care of minor children or even your pets, as well as address other specific concerns.

Start Planning For The Future Today

It is never too early to start planning for your future. You can take the initial steps in the estate planning process by contacting our office for an assessment of your case. Our Arizona lawyer will explain how we can help you draft a will that will protect your interests and provide long-term security. We offer free initial case evaluations; schedule yours by calling 520-355-3920 or emailing our office. Our firm also offers all legal services in Spanish.