in Blacksburg, VA
Establish Your End of Life Wishes with the Help of Montgomery Law
For quality help building wills in Blacksburg, VA, and the surrounding areas, count on Montgomery Law. Death can be one of the most stressful experiences we go through in life. It can be a lot more demanding when you do not have a will expressing your last wishes. Our superb team knows what Virginia law requires, which helps you with what you should include in it.
When you need help building your last will and testament, give us a call at (540) 552-1663 for a consultation.
Our Law Firm Will Help You Meet the Requirements Under Virginia Law
Wills give you control over how you want your property distributed, and who you want to control your estate. They can help you keep your expenses low, and can help establish your wishes if you have minor children. Our superior attorneys understand how Virginia law works and are ready to help you with these decisions. This can help your estate from falling into the hands of the government.
Dying Without a Will Leads to Intestate Succession
Under Virginia law, those who die without a will are “intestate,” and there is an order for inheritance. If a person dies without a will, one third of the assets go to the surviving spouse. The remaining two thirds go to the children. If there is no surviving spouse, all assets pass to the children and descendants. If there is no spouse or children, the assets go to the deceased’s father or mother. If the mother and father have passed, the deceased’s siblings inherit the assets.
Ready to Help You with Any Changes You Need to Make Along the Way
Your will is changeable at any time for any reason until you pass away. We know that life changes, and at any moment your will may need amended. That is why our team will help you take proper inventory of your assets and liabilities.
Your will should be in line with what goals you are trying to accomplish in your situation. Contact our office today to make your final wishes known to your loved ones. Our team is ready to assist with probate, trusts, powers of attorney, and more.