Proper estate planning allows you to take control of your life by protecting not only your property upon death, but your loved ones as well. If you die intestate (without making a will), you do not get to choose who will receive your probate assets. The state government decides for you and each state's laws are different.
In Virginia, Maryland & the District of Columbia, if you die intestate, the persons who inherit from you depend upon whether you are married or single, whether you have children and other factors. It also may depend upon the nature of your property.
Alavi Law Group will keep you fully informed so you can confidently make all the important decisions regarding your estate plan. We draft self-proving wills and trusts that can avoid the expense and time associated with probate. If you need a simple will or a complex estate plan, contact Alavi Law Group to schedule a free consultation.
Our firm assists families in creating estate plans which meet their goals and protect their estate property and hard-earned assets. We understand the importance of family and your desire to protect them after you are gone.
The more intricate your estate, the more important it is to hire an attorney well-versed in the complexities of estate planning.