Wills (Last Will and Testament)

A Will sets out a person’s wishes upon their death. If you have ever wondered who will take care of your house or children upon your death, a Will nominates persons responsible. If you have the doubt about who will care for your family in the event of your death, you probably haven’t explored the purpose of a Will.

A Will lays out these plans. However, a Will, by itself may be insufficient as a planning tool depending on how much in total assets you have. If you own more than $100,000.00 in assets, it is recommended that you also set out a Trust along with a Will.


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