A will directs what should happen to your estate after you have passed away. This document contains other important items, such as guardianship of your children and trusts for your children. By having an attorney draft your will with your personal wishes, you avoid having the state decide what to do you with your assets. A will also helps your family and loved ones know what your wishes are without question. Should you pass without a valid will, the state will determine who gets what, and generally, the state has no idea what you actually wanted. Thus, the importance of having a valid will cannot be overstated.
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