It’s not always about money or property. It’s about the Mess you leave behind.
A will makes it easier for the people who survive you
It is fast, cheap and easy to implement. The reason to have a will is not just about how much money you have. It is about the mess you leave behind for your loved ones if you should die without one.
A will allows you to organize your affairs and designate who will be in charge. It avoids clashes within your family and uncertainty as to what to do without you. Without a will no one really knows who can legally access your bank account, pay your bills, deal with your home or condo or even legally collect or deposit your last paycheck.
A will answers the inheritance question and more
Without a will a probate court decides who gets your jewelry, your baseball card collection, or your family photographs, as well as your home, money and personal property. A will designates who will inherit your property, take care of your kids and how your children will be taken care of when you are no longer around.
Although it’s fast and inexpensive to create, a will requires an experienced attorney
Even simple wills require experienced attorneys such as ours who know how to listen and translate your needs into strong legal documents. We’ve done that for generations of clients.
Life is uncertain, your responsibilities are not. Don’t delay in preparing the simplest of legal documents.