WILLS & ESTATES
How can we help you take care of your loved ones?
Your family is everything. When you’re gone, you want to know they’re going to be taken care of and that the transition will be smooth.
At Gillespie, our lawyers draft your will and estate planning documents such as a power of attorney or representation agreement, so you feel confident these documents are clear, secure, and comprehensive.
First, we help you understand the process of creating wills and estate planning documents to ensure you’re considering and including everything relevant to your circumstances. We also take the time to fully understand your family and estate, and how you’d like to see the transition of care and assets unfold. That way, we ensure your documents reflect your wishes.
Our expert estate planning lawyers also consider how evolving laws could impact your estate, and how to help avoid conflict down the road. From creating your plans to administering your estate, our wills and estates team helps provide exceptional legal guidance and advice.
Gillespie’s wills and estates lawyers provide wills, powers of attorney, representation agreements and estate planning service with expertise, compassion and outstanding client service.
My wife and I just had our first child. When should we have a will made?
Welcoming a new member to the family is a special time. It’s also the time to consider how you want to protect your little one in case of unexpected events. Our wills and estate lawyers guide you through the process of creating a will to ensure your will reflects your wishes and takes care of your family. It’s never too early to create a will to help ensure your child’s well-being.
What’s the difference between a will drawn up by a lawyer and a do-it-yourself will?
Unlike wills you might make yourself from a will kit or online guide, our documents are comprehensive, secure and consider how to protect your estate in the face of constantly evolving laws. With thorough, expert legal guidance, you enjoy peace of mind knowing your loved ones will be protected.