Drafting a will is a basic element of good estate planning. While there are different types of wills, the most familiar is a traditional or testamentary will, which describes how assets will be distributed after death. Because during probate, the court will review the will to determine its validity, it is always wise to seek the guidance of an experienced estate planning attorney in drafting a will. Even when an individual has a trust, a will is often necessary to cover assets not included in the trust. This type of will is called a pour-over-will.  There are other types of wills and estate planning documents you might want to discuss.

At the Law Office of Sutton Law, our lawyers will address your concerns and assist you in devising a will that serves your best interests. Please contact our office at (859) 578-6600.

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