Drafting a Will
Attorney Serving Los Angeles and Surrounding Areas
With more than 25 years of legal experience, Scott D. Fisher, A Professional
Law Corporation is equipped with the knowledge and skill needed to help
estate planning topics. Our firm is committed to helping clients by providing legal representation
that is efficient and rooted in common sense.
We understand that it can be worrying to plan for your future, which is
why we are here to provide personalized services and effective counsel.
Founding attorney, Scott Fisher, knows how to create a will that not only
meets your needs, but also allows you to properly plan for the future
of your loved ones.
Steps to Draft a Will in the State of California
We are well-versed in the creation of wills for our clients throughout
Southern California. By creating a will, we can help ensure your loved
ones receive the assets, care, and direction they need after you pass
away. A will is a written document that allows you to designate beneficiaries
of your estate and an executor to manage and distribute the estate upon
In your will, you can designate individual(s) to serve as the following:
Beneficiaries: These are loved ones who will receive your assets following your will's
instructions; they may be relatives, close friends, spouses, or even a
Guardian: If you have minor children, you can nominate an individual to serve as
their guardian until they turn 18 years of age. This person can also be
responsible for managing their assets.
Executor: This is the individual who will be responsible for managing and distributing
your estate upon death-this includes paying outstanding debts, handling
taxes, and more.
Our firm prepares simple wills, as well as pour-over wills, which are designed
to work in unison with a living trust.
Begin Planning For Your Estate Today
No matter your current situation, it is vital you start planning ahead
by drafting a legally-sound will. At our firm, we can help ensure that
the document abides by all California laws and meets all of your needs,
as well as your long-term goals.
To talk to our legal team about drafting or changing your will, be sure to
contact us now.
You can also reach us via our 24-hour voicemail service at 323-989-4860.