The consequences of not having a valid Will in place can be quite traumatic for those left behind. Without a valid Will, your estate will be considered intestate and the law will determine how your assets will be distributed. This may take a very long time and the distribution may not be in accordance with your wishes.
The best way to protect your family and assets is to have a valid Will that clearly outlines who you want to administer your Estate and who is to receive your assets. Your Will can also include arrangements for the care of your children in the event of your passing. We can also help you prepare a Power of Attorney or an Advanced Medical Directive.
Having our experienced estate lawyers advise you will provide peace of mind for you and your family.
Areas we can help include: