If you do nothing, a state statute – not your wishes – will determine who shares in your estate upon your death.
If you don’t want that to happen to you, you need to see a lawyer about a will, a trust, and/or other estate planning tools.
At Sharp-Hundley, P.C., we counsel clients about the advantages and disadvantages of wills, trusts, joint tenancy, transfer-on-death clauses and other mechanisms. Then we assist them with the documents that are best for them.
We also counsel clients about health care and property powers of attorney, and prepare those if requested. Call 618-242-0200 for further details.