What happens if I don’t have a will?

by Albion Law Group on September 11, 2013

in Wills

Not having a will can trigger higher costs, avoidable delays and even potential squabbling among family members as to who gets which parts of the estate. If you have small children, it is essential that you have have an updated estate plan that chooses a guardian for them, as well as instructions on how and when you want your children to receive their inheritance.

By not having a will, you lose control over who gets how much of your estate and when. You also give up the right to appoint a guardian of your choice for any young children you have. And the costs to administer your estate will be drastically increased.

Our lawyers provide excellent value to prepare a simple will that makes sure your wishes are carried out. Contact us to discuss your circumstances.