Estates & Wills
When it comes to planning your estate, creating a Will is an essential step. This legal document enables you, as the creator or “testator,” to determine how your assets and property will be distributed upon your passing. If you have a Will, you are considered “testate,” while those without one are “intestate.”
By creating a Will, you can ensure that your wishes regarding the distribution of your property are upheld, rather than being subject to state intestacy laws. This allows you to have peace of mind knowing that your loved ones will be taken care of according to your desires. I can help you create a legally binding Will that reflects your unique wishes and priorities.