Estate Planning Documents
An estate plan is one of the most important documents that you can write, during your lifetime. Encompassing your will, your estate plan is the paper that outlines how your estate will be distributed after your passing or incapacitation. That includes such things as your financial holdings, physical assets, childcare for your kids, disability care, and any other valuable aspect of your life. These are the things that you are going to want to guarantee certainty with and so, it is going to be in your interest to take advantage of professional estate notarization services. At Philly Notary Pros, we can offer our expert and personal support in drawing your estate plan, ensuring that it is properly validated for use.
Why Is Notarization Important?
You may be asking yourself why it is important to have your estate plan notarized. Whilst it may seem as if it isn’t necessary, the truth is, notarizing your will can be peace of mind for you and your loved ones. That is because, when one is presented for probate, it will be scrutinized for its legitimacy and will be subject to testimony. Where an unnotarized paper is subject to the will of a probate court, there can be no arguments with one which has been officially notarized. So, if you care to give your kin the gift of certainty, then notarizing your estate plan should be imperative.
Estate Plan Notarization
That is where our team can be of service to you. We are glad to offer estate plan notarization to any Philadelphia resident, of any age or creed. One of our agents will be happy to represent you and your estate plan, either by your side or on your behalf. We can take care of each individual component of your estate plan, including various trusts, assignment of personal property, advance health care directives, and all other necessary certification, thereafter.
Working with Your Attorneys
At Philly Notary Pros, we have built positive relationships with many local attorneys. We understand the needs that they have and our common interests. It is our firm belief that the relationship shared between the attorney and notary is important and it is something that we are keen to keep up. That is always a plus when you need us to work with your attorneys, as it means we can operate on a trusting and proficient basis.
Developing your power of attorney is important to not only you but every member of your family as well. So, it is something that all of us care to do. However, when prices are too high, it can put you off and leave you and your family at risk. We never want to see that happening to any of our clients and so, for that reason, we make sure we are offering the most affordable prices for our service. We never want you to pay above the odds for your important power of attorney notarization. So, make sure you are trusting us with the job and we promise to never let you down.