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Hawaii Wills Lawyers
Attorneys in Kona (Kealakekua) and Kamuela (Waimea) Drafting Wills for Hawaiians and Serving Their Estate Planning Needs
It often seems like we’re so absorbed in our day-to-day lives that there is no time to plan for the future. Unfortunately, this can create a tremendous burden on those who are left behind when we die. As unpleasant as it may be, we owe it to our friends and family to plan for what happens after we die. For that reason, it’s never too soon – or too late – to prepare your will.
The attorneys at Olson & Sons have been serving the estate planning needs of Hawaiians for decades. From wealthy families with complex financial considerations to more modest estates, we have the experience you need to help you arrange your affairs. If you’d like to talk with one of our wills attorneys, call us 808-331-3113 for our Kona (Kealakekua) office or 808-885-8533 for our Kamuela (Waimea)
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Why You Should Have a Will
When people die without a will, their estate is administered according to the laws of intestate succession. This means that your property, cash, and other assets will be distributed to your heirs as directed by Hawaiian law. In other words, your property may go to people who don’t need it, instead of the people who deserve it or who could benefit from it. A will lets you decide how your assets will be distributed.
Peace of Mind
Many clients report a sense of relief when their will has been completed. There is peace of mind that comes from knowing that you are prepared for the future no matter what happens.
That said, a will also can give you peace of mind for your family and loved ones. No one has to worry about what your intentions were, or what they are supposed to do with your property. A will is an important step in ensuring that your estate is administered efficiently and with minimal controversy.
Updating a Will You Already Have
We also work with people who already have a will but would like to make some changes. If your priorities or financial situation has changed since you first drafted your will, an experienced wills attorney can give you advice on whether updating your will makes sense.
Contact a Kona and Kamuela Wills Attorney Today
The wills attorneys at Olson & Sons can meet your estate planning needs no matter how large or how modest. With careful planning, we can draft a will that respects your wishes and protects your loved ones’ futures. To discuss your estate planning needs with an experienced attorney, call us today at 808-331-3113 for our Kona (Kealakekua) office or 808-885-8533 for our Kamuela (Waimea).