A will is a legal document which provides for who will administer your estate, who will receive your assets and in what shares, and provides for other provisions regarding the administration of the estate through the probate court. 

Dying without a will can have serious consequences for your family.  A common misconception is that the state will seize your assets if you do not have a will.  That is not true. Instead, if you die without a will or trust, state statutes determine who will receive your assets and in what shares.  In many cases, the default inheritance laws do not reflect the wishes of actual individuals.  The best way to make certain your loved ones receive your assets per your wishes is to create your own estate plan with knowledgeable and experienced estate planning attorneys.


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