Wills, Estates and Trusts

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Wills, estates and trusts law allows you to decide who will receive your money and property after you die. It helps you to choose who you would like to be in charge of your money and property and to protect your assets if you become ill. It also allows you the final say about difficult financial and health decisions that may arise during your life.

A will is where the instructions for the distribution of your money and property are written down. Creating a will can grant you the peace of mind of knowing your possessions will end up in the right hands, and can help your loved ones avoid unnecessary stresses in a time of sadness.

A trust is another way to manage your assets and to transfer ownership of properties. There are many different types of trusts, and the best choice will be dependent on your wishes and needs.

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