When you read this, you should ask yourself, "Do I have a will?"
"Did I do the right thing and plan far enough ahead to avoid any confusion or undue drama when I pass away?"
Did you know that if you have no relatives (not married, no kids, no siblings, etc) and pass away without a will (commonly known as intestate), the courts will determine who gets your assets. If no relatives are found then your assets will go to the state. I'm sure you do not want that to happen.
I know I would want my hard earned money or assets to go to a close friend, an alma mater, an unmarried partner or a favorite charity of MY choice.
Specify where your assets go, write it down, go seek the advice of a probate lawyer who can assist you with any questions you may have.
But don't delay. Putting it off means it's not important, but it may be the most important thing you do. Choosing the right lawyer can be the most important decision you make.
Call Alex Matulewicz at 508-660-0331, he'll know what to do.