If you died in a freak accident today, who would receive the assets in your estate? If you do not have a will, your hard-earned assets may not end up going to your intended recipients. Whether you have a substantial amount of money and property to be distributed to your heirs or just a small number of personal belongings, it is important to have a will. This ensures that your wishes will be carried out after you die.
A well crafted will not only facilitates a smooth transition of your property to your intended heirs, it may also help you avoid additional probate taxes levied on estates for which there is no will. By creating a will, you also have the opportunity to designate someone you trust to manage the distribution of your assets.
Your will can address: