A last will and testament is a legal document that lets you, the testator (the person making the will), designate individuals or charities to receive your property and possessions when you pass away. These individuals and charities are commonly referred to as beneficiaries in your last will. A last will also allows you to name a guardian to care for minor children. The main purpose of a will is to ensure that the testator’s wishes, and not the default laws of the state, will be followed upon the testator’s death.
Here at Moberg Rathbone Kearns, we have attorneys who are dedicated to ensuring that your last wishes will be carried out by your loved ones. It’s never too early to start thinking about how your earthly possessions should be distributed or what if any safety measures or medical care you would like to receive during the last days of your life.
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