A will distributes your property upon your death. If you do not have a properly executed will, your property will pass to your heirs pursuant to state law. A will should be drafted to control the distribution of your assets, as you direct, upon at your death and to cover your beneficiaries.
We provide witnessed, self-proving wills that can be submitted to the Court for probate, if necessary.
For clients with minor children: Your will is the best place to appoint who you want to physically care for minor children. You should consider who you trust with your children and who is willing to take on the responsibility of their care. You should contact whomever you choose before you name them in your will. You can also designate who, and on what terms, will manage your child(s) assets.