A will is a legal document in which an individual expresses their wishes as to how their property will be distributed upon death. However, many people avoid writing wills because they don’t know much about probate, trusts, and wills.
Here are some common myths about wills you should avoid.
- If someone dies without a will, the state acquires their properties
- Making a will is pricey, time-consuming, and complicated
- The oldest child is entitled to be the executor of their parent’s estate
With the right estate planning attorney, you can easily make your will and secure a future for your children and family members. Contact Meurer Law Offices P.C. today for more information about wills and trusts.