Wills

If you don’t have a will, you risk leaving your property to the state or leaving your family a mess to clean-up. A will allows you to determine how your property is distributed, instead of the probate code. A will allows you to disinherit individuals that might take otherwise. A will allows you to do away with the requirements of posting a bond and having an accounting–both expensive propositions. Therefore, save your family a lot of hassle and expense, and put your property in the hands of those you choose. Have a will drafted ASAP.