FAQ

Do I need a Will?

Maybe. You need a Will to leave specific, tangible items to specific people after your death. You need a Will if you want to leave property to someone who is not your spouse or descendant. If you want to leave someone out (disinherit) who would otherwise inherit your property, you need a Will. A Will is also required to make unequal distributions and to name a guardian for minor children. 

What If I Die Without a Will?
What is Probate Court? I Heard I Want to Avoid Probate.
Do I Need a Trust?
What is Power of Attorney?
What is a Durable Power of Attorney?
Who should I name as my attorney-in-fact?
Can I change my mind on who I name as my attorney-in-fact?
What is a Health Care Directive?
Who should I name as my Health Care Agent?
When can the Health Care Agent take over decisions?
What is a guardianship?
What is a conservatorship?
Why would a person need a guardianship?
Why would a person need a conservatorship?

*** See Disclaimer. The above provided information is solely educational and cannot be construed as legal advice