Everyone Should Have Access To Affordable Legal Support
Vienna, Virginia (PRWEB) August 07, 2012
Precise Advice LLC Co-founder, Celeste Moy, is now offering professionally prepared Last Wills and Living Wills to anyone with internet access.
As the legal representative of Songwriter Hall Of Fame Inductee, Sylvia Moy, and with 30+ years of intellectual property legal experience, she has also decided that her online legal document business will offer the Web's first and only last will preparation service, specifically designed for Creative Professionals.
“I know from personal experience that making final arrangement decisions while grieving the loss of a loved one is extremely challenging," says Moy. "Therefore, I encourage everyone I know to encourage everyone they know to execute at least 3 documents: A Last Will, Living Will, and Final Arrangements Memorandum."
When a deceased individual has no last will, or if the credibility of his/her will is called into question, then the effort to manage or gain access to that individual’s property, cash and other assets may be nearly as difficult as losing that person.
For example, in the Los Angeles Times article, Michael Jackson’s Will Is ‘A Fake’ Brother Says, a quote from Michael’s sibling, Randy Jackson, stands out amongst the others he gave in an interview with Rev. Al Sharpton. “The will is a fake. They are trying to turn family members against family members."
While the average consumer may not own a $1 billion estate like the late great King Of Pop, they may still want their registered copyrights, commercial brands, patents, trademarks, property and/or money exempt from any "Jackson Family Feud" type situation. Luckily, not only does Precise Advice stand firm on its idea that everyone should have access to affordable legal support, but the company has also taken bold steps toward becoming a safe haven for anyone searching for professionally prepared legal documents.
“The last wills at Precise Advice LLC include a self-approving affidavit, so that families can trust the document’s authenticity,” says Moy. “Plus, I created the Last Will for Creative Professionals specifically for songwriters, visual artists, photographers, performing artists, authors, media producers and anyone else who owns registered copyrights that have been assigned, but may be recaptured, even after the creator's death.”