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Ventura Wills Attorneys at the Law Office of Robert M. Baskin can help you plan for the future by creating a Last Will and Testament and other estate planning elements. We have dedicated lawyers who will work with you to understand your goals and create a comprehensive, personalized will that fits your unique situation.
With decades of experience, our estate planning law firm can help you with establishing a will to ensure your wishes are followed. The will is an enforceable document that provides for the distribution of your assets after your death. Our Ventura Wills Attorneys have a deep understanding of the complexities involved in writing a will, and we understand the way a well-drafted will can be an integral part of the estate planning process.
Please call an experienced Wills Lawyer at the Law Office of Robert M. Baskin at (805) 658-1000 and arrange a confidential consultation. We take the time to listen to your needs and understand your concerns to ensure your assets will be properly distributed.
Writing a Will in Ventura, California
Creating a will is an important step in ensuring that your loved ones are taken care of after you are gone. Any person over the age of eighteen can create a will. It allows you to specify how your assets will be distributed and who will be responsible for carrying out your wishes.
Without a will, your assets may be distributed in the manner directed by California's intestacy laws, which may not align with your own wishes.
Our experienced Ventura Wills Lawyers provide skilled legal guidance to help you make informed decisions on a wide range of matters, including the following:
Distributing Assets: You may detail the manner of distribution of your assets. Your property and financial legacy may be divided among the individuals or organizations of your choosing. You will designate your beneficiaries. Most often, beneficiaries will be a spouse, children, family members, domestic partner, friends, your church or other charitable organizations. You will also determine the amount or specific directions for each asset’s handling.
Identifying a Guardian for Minors: If you have minor children, your will can identify the person who will be responsible for your children’s care if the death of both parents occur while the children are under 18. This guardian may also be appointed to manage the child’s assets.
Appointing an Executor: The will identifies the person or institution to manage your assets after your death. An executor is responsible for the payment of taxes and other debts attached to your estate. Our skilled Wills Attorneys can help you carefully choose the executor, a position that involves many responsibilities.
While a will can identify the way your assets are handled after your death, it is limited in that it will not protect your beneficiaries and assets from the potentially costly and lengthy probate process. Our skilled estate planning attorneys can offer ways to help meet your goals to minimize tax liabilities and maximize the protection of your assets.
Contact an Experienced Ventura Wills Lawyer Today
If you are ready to discuss your estate planning needs with a Ventura Wills Attorney, please contact the Law Office of Robert M. Baskin to schedule a consultation. Reach us online through our Case Evaluation Formor by calling (805) 658-1000. Our attorneys are here to help you create a plan that works for you and your loved ones.