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Why do I need a Will?


A Will allows you to do the following:


   Leave your entire estate to your spouse

   Disinherit certain relatives

   Leave property to nonrelatives

   Give specific property to specific persons

   Leave different amounts of property to different persons

   Designate a personal representative to administer your estate

   Designate a guardian for your minor children

   Designate a custodian to manage your children's assets until they turn 21


If you die without a Will, state statute will control the distribution of your estate. You will have no control over who will receive your property, who will be appointed guardian of your minor children, who will act as personal representative of your estate, and many other conditions that are governed by state law.



How does our Will work?


We are a multiservice law firm, handling a diverse range of legal issues. We will prepare a Will tailored to your individual needs and wishes. Only one trip to our office is necessary. Prior to your appointment, we will send you a questionnaire to complete, or you can print or download our questionnaire from our website. Your Will is prepared, signed, and notarized during your visit.


Many of our clients' needs have been satisfied by our basic Will. However, if you should require a more complex document, we will advise you of any additional charges before beginning our work.


Basic Will


A Will is a legal document that allows you to designate whom you want to receive your property upon your death. A Will allows you to:


   * Leave your entire estate to your spouse.

   * Disinherit certain relatives.

   * Leave property to nonrelatives.

   * Give specific property to specific persons.

   * Leave different amounts of property to different persons.

   * Designate a personal representative to administer your estate.

   * Designate a guardian for your minor children.

   * Designate a custodian to manage your children's assets until age 21.


If you die without a WILL, state statute will control the distribution of your estate. You will have no control over who will receive your property, who will be appointed guardian of your minor children, who will act as personal representative of your estate, and many other conditions that are governed by state law.

Wills

A Will is a legal document that allows you to designate whom you want to receive your property upon your death.

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