If you die without a Will, the disposition of your assets falls to the probate court. Your heirs will then have to deal with unnecessary and often costly delays and litigation.
Have your wishes regarding the disposition of your property and personal assets respected and, at the same time, protect your loved ones by having a will written. A well-crafted will gives peace of mind whether you are single, married without children, or married with children.
An experienced attorney knows the state laws regarding wills and estates and can give you valuable advice about protecting your assets.