I Need a Simple Will, What do I do?
You've probably heard that even if you do nothing else to take care of your legal affairs, you should at least write a will, and it's pretty good advice. If you don't make a will before your death, state law will determine who gets your property and a judge may decide who will raise your children (and either or both may not be whom you would have chosen). Writing such an important document can be daunting, but it doesn't need to be. By and large, if you are under age 50, do not own real property, and don't expect to leave assets valuable enough to be subject to estate taxes, you can probably get by with only a basic will. But as you grow older and acquire more property, you may want to engage in more sophisticated planning. Call Sagaria Law today and let us help you ensure that your assets and loved ones would be protected in the case of any unfortunate event.