Smart financial planning considers an end game. It is what will happen if you die unexpectedly. It is not something many employees care to think about it but it should be on the table. What is going to happen to your family if you die and leave no will? Concern for loved ones is a primary reason why drafting a will a basic part of any group legal plan.
The document does not have to be the size of the telephone book. Most people can legally describe their wishes in six pages or less. Countrywide Pre-Paid Legal Services offers the writing of a simple will as one of our benefit options which can be in a legal plan document.
It is the Right Decision
Having a will only makes sense. It permits your estate to be managed efficiently, and any disbursement processed quickly. Those who passed away without a will place beneficiaries at the mercy of the probate court, which will drag the process out for months if not years. Children needing college tuition may be out of luck, and any outstanding debts will go unpaid indefinitely. A simple will is going to cover all the bases. Perhaps the best part is that an executor will be named to handle the estate matters. Probate court is always there, but will not have the control it could enforce if there were no will.
Time savings is a real benefit of having a will. There are no delays in the processing, and a good will is hard to contest. The Countrywide attorney has experience in drafting simple wills. This professional can provide the documentation a group legal plan member will need.
Countrywide Gives Excellent Service
The best service has a personal touch to it. Countrywide encourages communication with its pre-paid legal services. It is easy to set up a face-to-face consultation with the Countrywide lawyer. There, the particulars of a simple will can be discussed and outlined. The attorney will gladly explain everything to the plan member. Any questions that may come up later can be covered. One of our pre-paid legal services is an unlimited number of telephone calls to the attorney in a given situation. Countrywide offers the kind of open communication that makes employees want to use the benefits we provide.
The Countrywide group legal plan is meant to provide a service to an organization. Each of our clients has a different set of needs for their employees. We make things easier by allowing decision-makers to choose what benefits will be in the plan. Our benefit plan is meant to provide a service to an organization. Each of our clients has a different set of needs for their employees. We make things easier by allowing decision-makers to choose what benefits will be included. A client may decide to have will preparation but not want to have consumer protection. We will provide what they want. Superior customer service and efficient administration are standard parts of any Countrywide benefit, and our plan members are given priority treatment
Our simple will service reduces a lot of stress because a plan member knows his or her estate is now more secure. That certainly means a lot to us. Countrywide Pre-Paid Legal Services wants to be able to provide such peace of mind to any client’s staff. The benefits that we offer which can be part of group legal plan solves real issues confronted by ordinary people. We encourage decision-makers to contact us about our benefits and what these excellent legal benefits will do for hard-working employees. We firmly believe that any inquiry will prove the value of what we offer.