What is a Will?
A will is a legal document that contains your wishes pertaining to the distributing of your property and other affairs to be handled upon your passing.
In order to ensure that your wishes are carried out, you want a will that is set forth in writing and signed by you and your witnesses. If your will does not meet these standards, there is a chance that your wishes may not be carried out. We want to ensure that your wishes are fulfilled to your specifications.
Having a will in place can save your loved ones the stress and tension of dividing up your assets among themselves, once you’ve passed away. It allows for there to be a clear statement, from yourself, on how it is that you wish for your affairs to be handled. This includes, but is not limited to finances, property, children, pets, and any other assets you possess.
A will can also include your wishes for how you would like the end of your life to be handled, including your service and such. If you have more personal or unique questions regarding the will, please feel free to contact us here at Anderson Law.
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Shauna R. Anderson is a State Bar Certified Legal Specialist in Estate Planning, Probate and Trust Law, a designation earned by fewer than 100 of the 15,000 licensed attorneys in the County. Shauna is experienced in living trusts, generational wealth planning, trust administration and asset protection. Shauna has personally helped over 3,00 families establish estate plans.