Having a properly drafted Will ensures that your property will be left to the people or organizations that are most important to you, and that the transfer will be handled in a timely and efficient manner.  If you do not have a Will when you pass away, your property will still go to family members, but you lose the opportunity to designate which members are to receive it, and you also do not have a chance to make special provisions for trust funds for children or grandchildren and similar matters.  By not having a Will you also miss out on a chance to select whom you would like to as your Executor, and if you have children under the age of 18, whom you would like to act as their Guardian.

If you would like more information about what is involved in deciding on instructions for a Will, please select the link noted below.  If you would like a form to fill out with instructions for your Will so that you can send it in to me, please select the link noted below.

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