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Family Solutions

Creating A Reliable Plan For Your Future

When you make plans for the future, it is important to account for everything. One of the best ways to prepare for tomorrow is by creating a will that you and your loved ones can count on. Creating a will by yourself can create a plan with major oversights and cause serious fighting between your loved ones. Thankfully, you can get help in creating a strong will.

At Gary, Till, Burlingham & Lynch, you can find an estate planning team with more than 40 years of experience in helping their clients create the wills they need to protect their best interests. With the help of our California team, we can help you make your plans for tomorrow a reality.

Develop A Will In Confidence

One of the biggest threats to a will is someone contesting it after your passing. When someone challenges the validity of your will, it could result in a court dismissing your will. For a will to be valid, it needs to meet several specifications:

  • The testator (the person who is making the will) must be at least 18 years old
  • The testator needs to be of sound mind when making their will
  • The will needs to be in writing and signed by the testator and two witnesses
  • The testator must have the will notarized

We can assist in making a valid will to help reduce the chances of someone successfully contesting it. While we help you create your will, we can use our decades of experience to develop a will that accounts for matters like guardianships, health care directives and inheritances.

Start Planning Today

No matter where you are in your life now is the best time to create your will. There is no certainty about what tomorrow may bring, so let us help you make your voice heard if injury or illness should strike.

We serve clients from our office in Roseville, and we are ready to help you with your will needs. Whether you are looking to create a will or update an old one, contact us at 916-304-5691 or email us here to schedule your initial consultation today.