A will is something every person needs. It gives you the peace of mind of knowing your loved ones will be provided for according to your wishes. This legal document means that you make the decisions as to whom your child’s guardian will be, who will receive your property and when they will receive it, and helps you to ensure your family’s well being.
If you die without a Will, or “intestate,” state law will determine how your estate is settled. This could result in unpleasant consequences.
A guardian whom you wouldn’t have chosen may be named to raise your child. A person you don’t know or wouldn’t have chosen may be designated as your executor or personal representative. Your assets may not be distributed as you would have wished.
Call our office today to schedule an appointment to evaluate your family’s needs.