Saturday, May 4, 2013

Probate Court

Have you made your last will and testament yet? If not, it is very important that you do this for the simple reason that your last wishes will be carried out exactly as you want them to. Another important reason would be if you have minor children you want to be able to designate who will be there Guardian when you pass away. If you do not do this the decision could be left up to the court. Do you really want to have the state to decide the fate of your children. You do not want your estate to go into the hands of the probate court, either as this will definitely take much longer to settle and be expensive for the loved ones left behind. So do a little prior planning and make your last will and testament now.

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