Last Will & Testament Attorneys
A Last Will and Testament allows you to communicate your wishes and make things easier for the people you leave behind. Creating a Last Will and Testament as a part of your estate plan will ensure all you leave behind, including the care of your children, will be taken care of according to your wishes. Use a Last Will and Testament if:
You’d like your property, including Digital Assets, distributed according to your wishes after your death.
You’d like to list the people or organizations that will receive your property after your death.
You’d like to list the person or group who will carry out the terms of the Last Will.
You’d like to name who’s responsible for minor children if their other parent is unable to take care of them.
If the value of what you own is going to be larger than the federal estate tax exemption amount, currently $5,340,000, it’s even more important to consult with us regarding estate taxes.
Digital assets: A last will and testament can help you pass along many computer and Internet-related property, including online accounts or digital files. Other examples of digital assets include email accounts, blogs, social-networking websites, online backup services, photo and document sharing websites, business accounts, domain names, virtual property and computer files.