You may need to call Donohue, O'Connell & Riley if you have not yet made the time to create a will.
No matter what your net worth, a will is the cornerstone of any estate plan. A will appoints such important figures as executors and guardians for minor children or those with disabilities.
Without a will, you risk costly court proceedings and judicial intervention into your family's private life.
Without a will, your assets will be transferred according to strict rules of law rather than your personal wishes.
For a relatively small cost, a will can accomplish a great deal, particularly for a young family without a lot of assets that may need to direct substantial sums to spouses or children, such as the proceeds from life insurance benefits or a personal injury award from a fatal accident.