Strictly speaking, it’s not necessary to hire a will and trust attorney. Legally speaking, you’re within your rights to handle your core estate planning documents on your own. However, this may put you at a disadvantage; estate planning is complicated, and a wills trusts and estates attorney will provide you with the right strategic focus and clarity.
So, under what circumstances should you hire a professional? In this post, we’ll outline some of the specific times when we’d recommend enlisting the expertise of a will and trust attorney.
Singh is proud to be a top Fremont wills and trusts lawyer. We have helped countless families find peace of mind through effective estate planning. We’re here to help you develop a plan, review a plan, revise a plan, or simply clear up any questions.