Your Will: Getting Started
What Your Will Can Do
Why do you need a will? Because it allows you to:
You Need a Will
Everyone needs a will, no matter if he or she is young or old, sick or healthy, single or married.
If you leave this world without a will, your assets will be distributed according to state law and your wishes will not be fulfilled. Likewise, having an outdated will also means that your current intentions will not be carried out. So when change occurs in your life, remember to update your will.
Contact your estate planning attorney for more information on wills. To learn how to include a gift to us in your will, please contact Marcy Stryker at 518-608-8287 or email@example.com.
Your Next Steps
Getting Started | 4 Steps to Your First Will | Case Study | When and How to Update Your Will | What Your Will Can't Do | How to Find an Estate Planning Attorney | Action Items
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