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Creating a will is one of the most important things you can do for your loved ones. Detailing your property helps your heirs avoid unnecessary problems with probate. It also provides the peace of mind that your possessions and assets will go where you want them to. All wills must meet certain standards, such as being witnessed to be legally valid. That’s why to really ensure the best outcome, people choose to “do it right” and work with an attorney.
If you already have a will and want to change, update or amend the document, a codicil may be required. A codicil typically refers to a change in beneficiaries, change in your personal representative or an addition to the will. The codicil is for when you want to add to, alter, delete, revoke, or republish your will.
We help families throughout Virginia and West Virginia when they need to handle issues or an estate for a family member within the state.
Locally, clients come to us from Remington, Calverton Midland, Opal, Marshall, Bealeton, The Plains, Catlett, Gainesville, Nokesville, Loch Lomond, Bull Run, Yorkshire, HayMarket, Sudley, West Gate, Warrenton, Winchester and Fauquier County.
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