Buying a home or establishing a business?
There are certain considerations for homeowners and sole business owners that Smarter Will™ can address. If you have a particular person you would want to “will” your home or business to when you die, you’ll want to make that clear on a valid last will. Otherwise, Maryland intestate laws will name beneficiaries among your closet relatives. Perhaps your parents don’t need your home (because they have their own), but your little sister would be an ideal candidate. Simplify the probate process for your family by stating that wish in your last will.
Our Smarter Will Pack™ also includes a property power of attorney document, which is critical for homeowners and business owners. A property power of attorney can give a loved one direct access to your safety deposit box, bank accounts, and business assets in order to keep your affairs running smoothly – like paying your mortgage, accessing your homeowners insurance, and keeping your business accounts up to date – if you become incapacitated.