Why it's important to have a Last Will & Testament
If you do not have a Will, it’s impossible for your survivors to know how to distribute your estate. To ensure that these decisions are in your hands, it is imperative that your wishes are clearly stated in your Will.
To die without a Will places an immeasurable liability on your family and loved ones. Without your wishes known, the court will assume the administration of your estate and determine who receives your assets. The process may well be delayed due to questions and challenges. The decisions made by a court may not be compatible with what you would have chosen.