A Last Will and Testament is an important step in ensuring that your possessions are passed effortlessly and quickly to your loved ones and that your children are cared for by a guardian of your choosing.
When someone dies without a written will, each state varies in its laws as to how possessions are distributed amongst surviving children and spouse. Having a will not only allows for your possessions to be distributed as you desire, but also to appoint an administer of the will and appoint a guardian of one's children.
A written will can and should be prepared early in one's life. Written in general language a will can be edited throughout one's life at minimal expense.
If you are considering drafting a will or altering an existing will, you may contact me without any obligation at 479-631-0100.