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Types of Wills in Estate Planning

Law Offices of Julie A. Schejbal, CHTD May 11, 2023

Old Man with young lawyer reviewing will documentWill Attorney in Dunkirk, MD

If you are seeking assistance from a qualified and experienced will attorney in Dunkirk, MD, trust in the services of Law Offices of Julie A. Schejbal. Julie A. Schejbal is the estate lawyer to turn to when you need to create a legally sound will with unambiguous instructions on how to divvy your estate and assets upon your passing. She has more than 25 years of experience drafting rock solid living wills that will hold up to the most thorough of scrutiny. Her experience even extends to establishing living trusts and defending contested wills in court should the need arise.

Living Wills Protect Your Rights

When it comes time to decide on power of attorney in case tragedy strikes, Julie A. Schejbal is the compassionate, common sense lawyer you need to keep your rights protected. Also known as advanced healthcare directives, living wills are drafted to ensure that your medical wishes are respected in the case that you are no longer able to communicate your desires. Whether you are incapacitated by disease or a severe accident, she will fight on your behalf to make sure that you are given the medical care you would want. You may either draft a document that specifies the course of action you wish to be taken or designate someone to be authorized to speak on your behalf, preferably a family member or a lawyer that you can trust to respect your wishes.

In the United States, living wills can be a complicated matter, and it often times takes a strong attorney to see that your wishes are respected. Count on Julie A. Schejbal to fight for you when you are unable to fight for yourself.

Dealing with Contested Wills

We all hope that all of our loved ones respect our wishes and treat each other with kindness after our passing. This, unfortunately, is not always the case. A will contest is a case brought to a probate court that attempts to prove that the person who made the will was influenced or did not have the capacity to sign a legal document. Julie A. Schejbal is the will attorney you need to guarantee that your wishes are respected by the court should one of your loved ones contest your wishes.

Call Julie A. Schejbal to draft your will or living will today. She is proud to serve Lothian, Waldorf, La Plata, and Lexington Park, Maryland, and the surrounding area.