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Wills and Estate Advice in Windsor

Often, people think that estate planning is only useful to those who have accumulated a large amount of wealth. However, this is not true. No matter your wealth, everyone can benefit from creating an estate plan. Having an estate plan is essential and being unprepared can create unnecessary stress for you and your loved ones. An estate plan will help to ensure that your dependents are taken care of financially in the event of your death or incapacity.


Will and estate lawyers in Windsor can help you prepare an estate plan to give you peace of mind. They will work closely with you to determine what is important to you and create a plan that addresses all of your concerns. At Maggio Walk-In Law firm, our lawyer has experience helping people from all backgrounds make estate plans to ensure their beneficiaries have the help they need. 


We can help you prepare all of the following estate planning documents:

  • Last Will and Testament
  • Living Will
  • Healthcare Power of Attorney
  • Financial Power of Attorney
  • Trusts


Why Make an Estate Plan

You may be wondering if an estate plan is really necessary for you. Our lawyers will work with you to make an estate plan that will help to distribute your assets in the way you intend. Estate planning is especially helpful for members of blended families and second marriages or people interested in supporting philanthropic causes.


An estate plan will help to:

  • Preserve an estate for the benefit of your heirs
  • Maintain control over how assets are distributed
  • Help to reduce or possibly eliminate estate taxes
  • Designate someone to act on your behalf if you become incapacitated
  • Name an individual or entity to manage the assets of the estate
  • Provide a payment plan for the estate taxes and help your beneficiaries cover the cost of immediate or future needs


If you have any questions about our wills and estate planning services, feel free to stop by our office or give us a call. We also provide legal services in the areas ofreal estate, divorce, civil litigation and human rights.

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