Being able to buy a property, like a house, land, apartment, or vehicle, is one of the greatest satisfactions that happens to us in life.
But what happens when we are no longer here?
Nobody has a guaranteed future, and even more so when an accident happens.
The property at some point we bought with great desire and pleasure suddenly is in jeopardy of being passed on to your loved ones if we don’t take the proper precautions.
The word testament may sound dramatic, but it’s one of the most recommended solutions to avoid future problems, in case of the unexpected.
The meaning of a will is an act by which a person freely disposes of their assets, rights, or duties, designating them to one or more persons for use after their death.
In writing, we can indicate our will regarding who or who we want to be the heirs of our belongings. For this free decision to be valid, it must have specific characteristics to make it legal.
It’s necessary to identify the assets of the deceased person, list their debts, and distribute the belongings in a process called property succession.
No one wants to plan for the unexpected; more so, when it is about planning a future without you, for your loved ones, but a necessary one.
It is recommended to start a will; this is a great opportunity to prevent the succession of assets. This document will expedite the situation and prevent another interpretation of what your final wishes are.
Now, the big question? How do you get started? Well, let us share that Gomez Law offers free advice to get a better understanding of how a will works, what you need to make it happen, and the costs associated with this process.
Schedule a free consultation today. Don’t wait for the unexpected, get ahead of the unexpected to protect your loved ones.