Practice Area: Estates

Wills

A Will generally provides the foundation for a person’s estate plan.  Most problems in a decedent’s estate arise because there is no Will or the Will is not well-drafted.  The primary purpose of a Will is to direct the disposition of a person’s assets after he or she passes away.  Other significant provisions in a Will deal with issues such as designating Executor(s)/Trustee(s), and providing for trusts for those beneficiaries who may need them either for estate tax or for non-tax reasons.

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