Creating Your Will In Berkshire County Or Bennington County

Are you one of the many people who needs a will but do not have one yet? There are many reasons why you may be procrastinating in creating a will. Perhaps you feel as though your assets are too modest. Or maybe you simply do not want to think about death. On the other hand, it is possible that you are nervous about making such important decisions. These are all common reasons.

At Donovan O'Connor & Dodig, LLP, we can take the uncertainty and yes, even fear, out of creating your will. Turn to us for legal help and learn why so many other individuals and families throughout Berkshire County trust us with their estate planning needs. If you would like to schedule a consultation to learn more, you can reach us at our North Adams, Springfield or Pittsfield, Massachusetts, number at 413-358-4652 or at our Bennington, Vermont, number at 802-681-4729.

What Goes Into A Will?

A will should clearly state your wishes regarding:

  • The distribution of your property and assets upon your death
  • Guardianship of minor children upon your death
  • The person you wish to serve as executor of your estate

A simple will can ease your stress. If you have young children, you can take your time to consider who would raise them in the most appropriate way. If you have a family home, a vacation property or even a classic car, you can name how you would like these assets distributed. Additionally, you can consider who would be able to step in after you have died to manage the final affairs of your estate. Once your will is created, you can modify it as the years go on to address your changing needs and goals.

Talk To Our Attorneys About Creating A Will

Individuals and families throughout the Berkshires trust the legal advice offered at Donovan O'Connor & Dodig, LLP. We have been in existence since 1913 and have vast experience helping families obtain peace of mind through estate planning. To schedule your consultation, please contact us online or call us in Massachusetts at 413-358-4652 or in Vermont at 802-681-4729.