A will is a legal document that lets you tell the world who should receive which of your assets after your death. It also allows you to name guardians for any dependent children. Without a will, the law decides what will happen to your assets and a judge must decide, without your help, who is responsible for your children.
Wills do have limitations. In particular, the beneficiary designations on financial accounts, insurance policies, and other assets take precedence over wills. We can help you understand how your will and those documents work together. Call us today and let us assist you with your planning.