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Fort Wayne Wills Attorney

Using Our In-Depth Experience & Knowledge to Help

While many people understand the importance of creating a will, many assume they can put it off until the late stages of life. Oftentimes this is too late. Putting a will in place early on is an essential part of the estate planning process. At The Law Office of Jon J. Olinger, LLC, we understand how to lead you through the process of creating and putting a will in place. Our Fort Wayne wills attorney works with clients to reap the numerous benefits and avoid the negative situations that not having a will can have.

To learn more or to make an appointment, call us at (888) 488-4005 or contact us online. Our Allen County wills lawyer offers sessions (value $750).

Advantages of Creating a Will

Although writing a will may seem relatively simple, it requires significant knowledge of estate planning law. Fortunately, we have this knowledge and the breadth of experience necessary to create an all-encompassing, legally sound estate plan. Once we create your estate plan, it has to be witnessed and signed, though you will be able to make changes to it later in your life as you wish.

A few benefits you may experience from having an estate plan in place include:

  • Setting up a designated guardian for minor children
  • Including extended family in your will
  • Creating a trust for any minor children
  • Transferring property upon your death to designated individuals
  • Designating someone to administrate your will

Hire an Allen County Estate Planning Attorney

If you have questions about creating a will or other aspects of an estate plan, The Law Office of Jon J. Olinger, LLC is here to help. Our advice to all of our clients is that it's always better to put a will in place early on. Let our Fort Wayne wills attorney help you achieve peace of mind that your wishes are clearly stated in writing.

Don't delay drafting a will. Give us a call at (888) 488-4005 to schedule a session.

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