A MESSAGE FROM OUR FOUNDER ON WILLS, TRUSTS, AND ESTATE MATTERS DURING THE COVID-19 CRISIS
Creating a will allows you to determine how you want your assets to be allocated when you are no longer able to give such directives, and it streamlines the process needed for your executor to access your bank accounts, pension plans and any other real or personal property.
If you already have a will and your circumstances change, and you want to alter the will, we can always review the document with you and implement the necessary changes. In a conflict between wills, the law dictates that the most recent will prevails.
During my 30 plus years of practicing law, we have prepared many wills, both simple and complicated. Know that Kats Jamison & Associates can help you to prepare the documents that will put your mind as well as the minds of your loved ones at ease for the future.
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