, often called a "Last Will and Testament
," is a legal document which appoints who will administer your estate after you die, who will inherit your assets, and how those assets will be distributed.
Too many people die without an estate plan in place, exposing their assets to unnecessary legal procedures and expense. Having a Will can ensure that your wishes are carried out after your death.
Even if you already have a Will, you owe it to yourself and your loved ones to review it from time to time. Lives change rapidly and your existing Will often may not take into account your new circumstances.