Don’t let this pandemic catch you or your family off guard. Make sure you have a last will and testament from our legal team at AttorneyDocs.
What is a Last Will and Testament?
A person’s last will and testament is a legal document that outlines the individual’s final wishes, especially what to do with their possessions, and whether the deceased will leave them to another person or donate them to charity. When pertaining to other assets, the document also communicates the custody of dependents, and the management of accounts and interests.
How does it work?
A will that is created when a person is alive will be carried out once the individual dies. The will then establishes guardian arrangements for surviving dependents and accounts for any special circumstances, while instructing the court in the disposition of all assets, including who is to receive them and in what amount.
Below are the downloadable documents. Make sure the one you select pertains to your current predicament:
- Living Will and Medical Power of Attorney
- Last Will, Not Married with Children
- Last Will, Married with Children
- Last Will, Married with No Children
- Last Will, Not Married with No Children
If a person dies without a valid will, the state will distribute the property and who receives payment first, without any consideration for a family’s circumstances. The court can even establish guardianship arrangements based on its determination as to the best interests of the children.
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