|FAQ Frequently Asked Questions||What if I die without a will?|
|If you die without a Will (or Trust), then your assets may be subject to probate. It is better for you to have a Will than to not because then minimally speaking there would be no question as to whom you wanted your assets to be distributed to. Also, if you die without a Will, the court must appoint a Personal Representative (referred to as the administrator in many states) who will manage your estate in Probate.|
Additionally, your assets will be subject to intestate succession. That is, the law dictates who shall receive your assets even if you would not have distributed your assets to those persons in your Will.
| Please contact our office so that we may provide you with an affordable fee quote for your estate plan. We can prepare any additional real property deeds to supplement your Wills and/or Trusts package. ||