Wills

A will allows you to distribute your assets according to your wishes upon your death. If a person dies without having a will in place, your assets will be distributed according to Virginia law which may or may not match your preferences.

Though there are many do-it-yourself wills available, it is important to have your will reviewed by an attorney. There are many details that you will likely want covered in your will that only an experienced attorney will know to ask. At the Law Office of Stephen J. Kecskes, I have been practicing law in the Virginia Beach area for over 30 years. I can help you through the process and create a will that accurately represents your intentions.

Helping You Prepare For The Future

Preparation of a will lets you be as detailed with your wishes as you choose to be. In some cases, a person wants to be sure that specific beneficiaries receive specific items from the estate or who will care for their minor children. No matter what your goals are, I will work with you to finalize a will that is specific and minimizes the possibility of it being contested later.

I also help clients with other simple estate planning matters like living wills, advance medical directives and powers of attorney. These are very important documents to have in place in the event that you become incapacitated or unable to make decisions for yourself at any point. I can help you properly prepare the necessary forms so that your wishes are honored.

Discuss Your Will At A Free Initial Consultation

Contact my office to discuss your case with a lawyer. I offer a free initial 30-minute consultation which I prefer to conduct at my Virginia Beach office. I am available during regular business hours by appointment.