A properly drafted Will is the cornerstone of every estate plan.
In your Will, you appoint executors and you establish the distribution scheme, who will share in the estate, how much each person will receive, and when the estate will be transferred to the beneficiaries.
You may provide for outright gifts or you may wish to create testamentary trusts to control a beneficiary’s entitlement, provide creditor protection or create income-splitting opportunities for your beneficiaries. Multiple Wills may also be used to minimize or reduce probate tax.
No matter the size or complexity of your estate, our estate lawyers will tailor a Will that meets your specific goals and objectives.