Don’t be misled. Estate planning is not just for those who have wealth and numerous assets.
Even if you live in a rented one bedroom apartment, you have an estate. All the personal property you own, such as jewelry, furniture, books, paintings, and other items comprise your estate. In order for you to ensure that the person(s) you want to receive these items after your death do in fact receive what you have left them, you must prepare a Will (Last Will and Testament).
If you want to leave money or property to your favorite charity, the only way you can do this is to put your wishes in your Will.
Your Will is also the place that you name the person(s) you would prefer to be guardian over your minor children in the event of your death.
Regardless of your wealth, the items you have accumulated during your lifetime do have value. You should be able to leave what you have to whom you want. To do this, you need a Will prepared. Contact Will Attorney, Patricia H. Davis at firstname.lastname@example.org or call at 904.614-3670. Everyone needs a Will!