Wills: Taking Control of Your Legacy and Loved Ones

A will, also known as a Last Will and Testament, provides for the disposition of your property at death. It also:

  • Names Your Executor 

  • Names Guardians for Your Minor Children 

  • Determines How Your Debts and Taxes Will be Paid 

  • Decides what happens to your pets 

Wills are somewhat limited, however, as a Will does not control the disposition of: 

  • Jointly owned property that passes by survivorship 

  • Property that passes by beneficiary designation, such as life insurance or retirement accounts 

  • Property held in a separate trust 

  • Property that is payable on death to someone else. 

Securing the transfer of property to reflect you and your family’s wishes while still of sound mind will help prevent confusion and reduce the emotional & financial stress of your loved ones after you’ve passed. Properly executing this document with the aid of an experienced attorney will ensure clarity regarding your wishes and ease the administration of your estate

Protect your assets and the interest of your loved ones with the help of our experienced attorneys today! 

If you or a loved one needs to establish a Will, please schedule a consultation with our experienced Wills attorney today! Call 888-691-9319 or fill out this short form to get started!