Your Last Will and Testament
How important is it to have a Will? If you don’t have a Will, state law will decide who inherits your “stuff” without considering who you wanted your “stuff” to go to. However, by preparing a Will, your wishes as to who will receive your estate will be followed, giving you control of how the property you worked hard to accumulate will be divided upon your death.
What to include in a Will and what to avoid including in a Will can become extremely stressful. To help you avoid any pitfalls with your Will and determine what can or can’t be part of your estate, work with the attorneys at Sommer & O’Donnell who have years of experience in Family Law including the preparation of end of life documents. Give us a call today to schedule a consultation to discuss your Last Will and Testament.