A Will allows you to leave your property and possessions to the people and organizations you chose. It also allows you to nominate a guardian to care for your minor children after you pass. If you don’t use a will (or trust) to direct who gets what, the probate court decides for you – and the court may give your assets to people who you would not have chosen. A judge could even decide who would care for your minor children.
Because a will does not take effect until you die, it cannot provide for management of your assets if you become incapacitated. That is why it is important to have other estate planning documents that become effective if you should become incapacitated.
Stephen Grant can customize the provisions of your will to meet your needs. Call (213) 545-1331 today to have the Law Office of Stephen E. Grant draft your Will, or contact us to ask Stephen Grant a question.
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