A Will, sometimes called a Last Will and Testament, is a vital part of your estate plan.  Your Will describes how your assets and property should be distributed after you pass away.  Additionally, if you have young children, your Will can be used to appoint a Guardian for your children in the event that all parents are deceased.  You can also utilize your Will to assign the role of Executor (also called a Personal Representative or Administrator) who will be in charge of carrying out your final wishes. 

Through a separate document called a Living Will, you can provide guidance to your family and loved ones as to the end-of-life medical support you wish to receive.  Your Living Will helps to eliminate doubt and anxiety as to your preferred end-of-life medical care.

If you are thinking about creating a Will, I would be delighted to work with you to establish a personalized plan.