Everyone should have a legally binding Will that clearly sets out how they would like their assets to be distributed in the event of their death. If someone dies without a Will, their estate is divided according to state laws and regulations that may not be in harmony with the deceased’s wishes.
It is particularly important to keep your Will up to date, especially when your circumstances change, such as after getting married, separating or having children.
We can help you to prepare a legally binding Will that ensures your estate will be distributed according to your wishes. We can also prepare tools on your behalf, such as a Power of Attorney or Enduring Guardian that will protect your interests (and those of your beneficiaries) in the event that you cannot make decisions regarding your financial affairs or medical care in the future.