Everyone should have a Will.
A Will allows you to select who will take care of your family and pets, who will manage the administration of your estate, and who will receive assets from your estate.
Every state has default laws that control what happens if you die without a Will. Unfortunately, these default laws often conflict with what you would want to for your family and loved ones.
Dying without a Will and relying on the default rules may lead to conflicts, disagreements, and court hearings that add to the burdens your family and loved ones face after your death. This happens quite often, and it's our mission and goal to help families and individuals protect their legacy—including avoiding conflict and disagreements over their estate when they pass.
It sounds morbid, but it's best to plan for the unexpected when things are good. Even if you are young, healthy, and confident that you have many happy years left, accidents can happen and death is unpredictable.
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