The best way to have peace of mind about the unpredictable future is to prepare those things you do have control over. Will and estate planning is an important part of those preparations, especially important if you have children or own property.
Without a will, the Intestate Succession Act will determine what happens to your property. A will gives you the opportunity to clearly articulate your wishes and determine how your property and possessions will be distributed. You will also be able to determine in what fashion your children will be cared for.
It can be a challenge to find time to fit will and estate planning into your schedule, but the importance of it cannot be stressed enough. For your convenience, evening appointments and home visits are available to our clients—please ask about this when you call our office.