"Every person and situation is unique, and it is wise to plan accordingly."

Your Will passes property to your beneficiaries and is only effective at death. Whether you are a wealthy person and must consider estate taxes, or a person of more modest means, you need a Will. If you leave money to someone who is disabled, or to a child, your Will must contain special language to reflect those circumstances.

Parents of minor children can appoint a guardian in the unlikely event that something happens to both parents.

My firm will draw up a Will that reflects your goals and wishes.

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