A Last Will and Testament is the most commonly used estate planning tool. Many people use it in conjunction with other devices, such as a trust. It is a legal document, and through it, you can accomplish many things. You can give away your belongings, name a guardian for your children, cancel any debts owed to you by another person, transfer property into an existing trust, or designate a trusted person to administer your estate (called an “Executor”). If you care about what happens with your property when you die, even if you own only a small amount of cash and few belongings, then a will can reflect your wishes after you die.
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If any of these circumstances apply to your individual situation, you should not use our Wills and Estate Planning Forms.
If your personal situation has certain complexities such as those listed above, you should consider contacting an attorney to discuss your situation.