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Wills, Trusts, Estates, Guardianships, Conservatorships

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Most individuals can effectively accomplish their final estate planning wishes with a Will. A Will allows you to nominate the person you want to be in charge of your affairs after your death and allows you to direct who should receive your money, personal property and real property. A Will does not avoid probate--instead it is a roadmap which you design for the probate process. Will can also be designed to minimize inheritance taxes and provide financial guidance for children, young adults, and others. Married couples usually prepare separate wills which contain reciprocal provisions. For most purposes, aWill has no effect until death and appointment of a personal representative (executor) by the court.