What real and personal property do they own?
To whom is the real and personal property to be distributed?
Does a personal guardian need to be appointed to care for minor children?
What funeral arrangements are desired?
Who will make the decisions?
Who will be the Executor or Executrix of the will?
During that consultation I will assist in explaining all options available to you and how best to meet your estate planning goals and fulfilling the needs of your loved ones
A Will is a document that indicates the intent of the person making it and to whom he or she wants the property to pass upon death. Without a will all property will pass under the laws of intestacy and perhaps not as you wished.
Here are but a few examples of what can be accomplished via a last will and testament: one can name Guardians for minor children, save estate tax or establish a trust for the benefit of a disabled child.
Though often overlooked or delayed in favor of more immediate concerns, a comprehensive estate plan can resolve a number of legal questions that arise whenever anyone dies, such as: