Last Will and Testament
At Bevilacqua & Bevilacqua we see it as an honor and privilege to complete and oversee your last will and testament. Our attorneys strive to make the process as simple and specific to your needs as possible. To ensure that we know exactly what it is that you want. For the document to be legal, the individual completing the will must be at least 18 years old, have all of their faculties in check, and the document must not be written under pressure. At any point in time, you are able to make changes to your final document to have it most accurately reflect your wishes. Having a system in place prevents your family from facing additional challenges and grievances when you or a family member becomes ill or passes away. An attorney who is a compassionate and professional individual capable of conversing about difficult matters is found in Rhode Island at Bevilacqua & Bevilacqua. If an individual passes away without having a will, then it becomes a probate case. This is a tedious and formal process that very rarely reflects the true wishes of the deceased. Without a lawyer, the court decides how to distribute assets. Dedicate the time now to ensure that your loved ones do not have to worry in the future.