It is important that our clients have a Last Will and Testament. A will details how you want your property distributed upon death, to whom you wish to designate as the person who handles the administration of their probate estate, and when there are minor children, who you select as their guardian. Not all property passes under a will, so it is equally important to check on beneficiary designations for assets such as retirement plans and life insurance policies, and to ensure that bank and investment accounts are properly titled. Access to safe deposit boxes can also be problematic if the proper forms are not filled out with the bank. We are happy to assist with all the specifics necessary to your case. This is especially important in cases where clients are separated or recently divorced.