Last Will and Testament: Are your final affairs in order?
It may be difficult to think about what will happen to your finances and possessions after you are gone. You may think you have plenty of time to prepare your Will, but the reality is that none of us know how much time we have. Ease the burden on your loved ones by creating your Last Will and Testament. In your Will you designate an executor of your estate and allocate your funds and possessions.
Most people do not know what to expect from the estate planning or probate process. It can be confusing without the help of a professional. For all legal matters to be in order it is important to have your Will drafted and approved by an attorney. An estate planning attorney can help you through this process and find solutions tailored to your needs.