While having a will or estate plan might not be on the top or your "to-do" list, drafting and executing a will through an attorney can provide piece of mind that your loved-ones know your final wishes.  While you can write a will without a lawyer, consulting with a competent attorney will allow you to avoid many of the "landmines" buried in probate law and ensures that your final wishes are carried out.  

According to the AARP, less than 3 out of 5 Americans have a will.  

 

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    Attorney Matthew T. Fitzsimmons is based in Cincinnati, Ohio.  He practices in general civil matters, estate planning, and business agreements.

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