Wills are written documents that state where you want your assets to go. It is important to designate who will be in charge of distributing these assets. It is essential that your will be properly executed by having disinterested witnesses and a disinterested notary public.

  • The will must be properly executed to be admitted to the court.
  • A will must be drafted pursuant to state law, that is, the state in which you reside.
  • With a Basic Will assets go through probate where benefactors are not named or when real estate is solely in the name of the decedent.
  • A Basic Will is utilized when there are no minor children.

Landon A Dunn, Attorney At Law can help you prepare your basic wIll and provide advice on any aspect of Estate Planning. Call us or use our contact form.