What If I Only Have Limited Assets?

As long as you have assets, you should have a will. Also, many people do not update or revise their wills in a timely manner. If you think you may acquire additional property or assets during your lifetime, you should have a will - a simple one will suffice. Your will can specifically name who will receive heirlooms and other items of sentimental value (for example, watches, jewelry, handbags, etc.). Regardless of the value of your assets, having a will can reduce the chance that your loved ones will have to manage complicated and frustrating legal issues if you pass unexpectedly.

Recent Posts

© 2020 by AKW LAW, P.C.  All rights reserved. 

DISCLAIMER: This site and any information contained herein are intended for informational purposes only and should not be construed as legal advice under any circumstances, nor should it be construed as creating an attorney-client relationship.  Transmission of information to/from this website or comments does not create an attorney-client relationship, and such relationship will only be established after the attorney and client discuss the facts of the client’s matter and a written fee agreement is signed by the attorney and client. Do NOT disclose any confidential or private information not known to the public in any communications through this website AND until a conflict check has been completed. All visitors to this site are encouraged to retain counsel to review their individual matters and provide legal advice. Please check the latest laws and rules as content may not have been updated.