Do You Need A Last Will And Testament?

In the blink of an eye, your life or the life of a family member can change, forever altering your future and the future of those you love. Your age and level of income do not matter when the unexpected occurs. Are you prepared in the event of a tragedy or sudden onset of a disability?

If you do not have a will in place, you do not get to choose where your assets go; Delaware intestate laws will do that for you. If you do have a will, you have the peace of mind knowing that your wishes will be carried out. Also, it will be less difficult on your loved ones after you are gone because you have already made important decisions, which are enforceable by a strong, valid will.

Guiding Your Future With Compassion And Skilled Legal Assistance

The lawyers at the Law Offices of Bonnie M. Benson, P.A., have been providing caring, knowledgeable and reassuring advocacy and guidance to estate planning clients throughout Sussex County and Kent County since 1983. When you meet with us, we will listen to your wishes and desires and thoroughly explain your options based on your unique goals. Our attorneys do not use a template or standard form to create your will. Nor will we try to sell you something you do not need or want.

Issues that we will review with you may include:

Offering Flat-Rate Fees For Legal Services

At the Law Offices of Bonnie M. Benson, P.A., we believe it is important that every person in Delaware have access to affordable and effective estate planning, probate and estate administration assistance. Call us at 302-697-4900 in Camden, at 302-644-7181 in Lewes, or send us an email for answers to your wills and trusts questions today.