Wills and Power of Attorney 101

In general… A properly constructed Will is an act of care, concern and generosity and provides direction with respect to asset distribution, and your final wishes. If you die without a valid will (known as intestate); the courts will direct who receives your property/assets and appoint an administrator to manage and distribute your estate with no consideration of your wishes or concerns. It’s important that your Will be up to date and reviewed on a regular basis. As part of … Continue reading Wills and Power of Attorney 101