Spring 2010 - Four Reasons to Have a Will
1. Protect your assets for family and loved ones.
An estate planning attorney can maximize the benefit your family and loved ones derive from your assets.
2. Provide guidance so that your wishes are carried out.
Your Will can be written in a manner that makes your specific desires clear, leaving no room for ambiguity.
3. Appoint appropriate individuals to carry out your wishes.
You can appoint a guardian for minor children and name an executor to administer your estate.
4. Help others after your lifetime.
By including charitable bequests you can help others while leaving a personal or family legacy.