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  • Writer's pictureBrian A. Raphan, Esq.

Question: “I want to revise my Will… but it was prepared by another attorney”


Many of my clients come to me by referral from other clients and other lawyers. And, many have had another lawyer prepare their Will years ago. It is not necessary for you to contact that lawyer or law firm if you want to make a revision. Changes in marital status, relationships, tax laws, assets, relocation or simply having different feelings are all valid reasons for you to review your Will and make a change if you desire. Once done you’ll feel better knowing your wishes will be met. Our documents are drafted using effective, but simple non-legalease “mumbo jumbo”, so that you can understand what you are signing.

Additionally, if you are the executor named in a Will of a friend or loved one, which was prepared by another Law Firm, you do not have to use that Law Firm to assist you with the estate proceedings when that friend or loved one dies. Often that firm, or the attorney, will be a stranger to you, may be in another state, may not have a helpful personality, may be non-responsive, or just may no longer be a practicing law.

Feel free to give me a call or email me in either situation. As your attorney I can be helpful in consolidating and simplifying the legal process for you.

Brian A. Raphan

braphan@RaphanLaw.com http://www.RaphanLaw.com

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