Wills & Estates

Writing Your Will

Why should I go to the trouble of writing a will?

A will lets you control what happens to your property. If you have minor children, a will enables you to designate who will care for them after your death. Through a will you can nominate a legal guardian for your children and name an executor to handle the distribution of your estate to your designated beneficiaries.

>>Why should I go to the trouble of writing a will?
>>What happens if I die without a will?
>>What is a video will?
>>What do I have to do to make my will legally valid?
>>Can I leave my property to anyone I wish?
>>Can I disinherit my spouse and children?


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