Questions About Writing A Will Or Drafting A Living Will?

A will is a legal document. A will can be very simple or very complex. A will takes effect after you die. It can be changed any time before you die. Wills should be reviewed every three to five years. A will simply provides a set of instructions or requests in leaving certain property to the people, charities or other institutions you select. We work closely with our clients to create customized wills that clearly and accurately reflect their wishes.

Thesenvitz & Mickelson, LLP, is a Sioux Falls law firm serving the surrounding area. Doug Thesenvitz has more than 25 years of experience drafting wills and other important estate planning documents.

Thesenvitz & Mickelson, LLP · Sioux Falls, South Dakota
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Planning for your death may seem like a daunting task. Our attorneys handle your concerns with sensitivity and discretion. We can guide you through the difficult decisions you may need to make and will encourage you to take the time that is necessary to explore your options. Ultimately, we can guide you toward establishing an estate plan that accomplishes the objectives you have set forth.

When you create a will, you decide how your belongings — everything from your home and your car to family heirlooms and jewelry — will be distributed. Our lawyers handle simple and complex wills, noting that each family's wealth varies. Whether you have a large estate and significant assets or a relatively modest home and few assets, we can assist you.

What Is A Living Will?

A living will differs greatly from a will. In a living will, you state your wishes regarding certain medical decisions in the event you go on life support. While this may be a difficult scenario to consider, taking the time to make a decision now can save your family from much grief and disagreement in the future.

Contact Our South Dakota Lawyers For More Information Today

Our law firm is located directly across from the courthouse in The 300 Building. Contact us at your convenience either online or by calling 605-610-4524 or toll free at 888-883-0761 to speak directly with a lawyer.