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Last Will & Testament


A Last Will and Testament can be the most important document you ever create.  It can determine who will administer your estate, who will take care of your children when you are deceased and exactly how you want your wealth distributed.  Having a will is vital to ensure that your affairs and your family are looked after in accordance with your instructions. We can help you craft your Will to minimize the fees and taxes your estate pays, leaving more for your loved ones.

Not completing a Will may lead to a difficult, long and onerous road for your loved ones, as they be forced to navigate their way through the Courts, arguing what they believe were your intentions with their estate.  Avoid deliberating and don’t place the expensive and stressful burden on your loved ones, contact Pranzitelli Law Firm today to complete your Will! 


Pranzitelli Law also provides you with a set of Power of Attorney documents as part of our Wills Package.  Power of Attorneys are vital to ensure that you and your family are cared for, in the event you lack the capacity to make the vital decisions for yourself and your family.  By appointing a Power of Attorney for Property and a Power of Attorney for your personal care, you are empowered with the ability of deciding who will oversee these duties in the event that you are unable.  Call Pranzitelli Law today for a free consultation.  

Our Wills & Estates Services Include:

  • Drafting Last Wills and testament
  • Drafting Power of Attorneys
  • Estate Administration

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need a Will?

In our opinion, everyone needs a Will. A Last will and testament ensures that your wishes are legally binding, and that your loved ones are protected. Without a will, you will leave it up to the Courts to decide who gets your assets.

What is an Executor/Trustee?

These terms are used interchangeably.  Your executor(s) is the person(s) you chose to carry out your wishes in your will.

What is a Power of Attorney?

A Power of Attorney also referred to as a Living Will, is a document that outlines who will be your decision maker if you are alive but deemed incapable of making your own decisions. This is particularly important for medical decisions and decisions regarding your financial assets.

What is a Beneficiary?

A beneficiary is someone who will receive something in your will no matter little or small.  There can be one beneficiary or many.

Who will take care of my children if I pass away?

One of the most important reasons to do a will, is so that you can control who will take care of your children in the unfortunate circumstance that you pass away before they attain the age of 18.  Without a will making this determination, it will be up to the Courts to decide, which may result in a bitter dispute.

How much can I expect to win?
While every case is different, the value of your case will depend on a number of factors. Speak to our team now to see if you have a case.

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