The primary reason for making a will is to leasve your
property to those you care about, and in the proportions
you die without a will, your property in most instances
will be distributed among your family members, and
perhaps not exactly the way you would prefer.
will is custom tailored to your own particular needs.
You define precisely how you want your property
distributed to your family and/or friends after your
death. And, you name as executors those persons you want
to handle the disposition of your property.
you have children under 18, you may nominate personal
guardians for your children in case you should die
before they grow up. Otherwise, a court will
decide without your input where your kids will live and
who will make important decisions about their money,
education, and way of life.
advice and guidance of an attorney in preparing your
will may prove invaluable. In order for a will to be
valid, certain formalities must me strictly adhered to
in it's preparation and execution. Failure to
closely follow those formalities will likely result in a
will that has no legal validity whatsoever--as is if the
will had never been made.
cost of drawing a will depends on the complexity of your
circumstances and accordingly the amount of legal
services required. In small estates, when a will
contains no complicated provisions or unusual problems
the fees are nominal.
Call to make an appointment
to discuss and establish an estate plan and will
that best suites your particular needs and