Every Person Needs a Will\r
A will explains your wishes regarding how you want your home and savings distributed after your death, and to whom you want to give your assets. Without a will, when you die a court decides how your assets will be split up. Whether you have a lot of assets or only a small retirement account plus an auto, it is important for you to specify who gets your assets. The court may give your assets to a person you would not choose. While you're alive and well is the time to consult with an attorney and prepare a will. If you have not handled this yet then consider doing it immediately. Get a free consultation with an estate planning attorney to discuss a plan that offers many benefits for you and your family. If you own a home seriously consider obtaining a trust.