April 23, 2014 by generationsprobate
“Almost anything can be automated these days, which is why there are websites that allow you to DIY (Do It Yourself) your Last Will, but many suggest that this isn’t the right way to go. With all the provisions of federal and state laws and other financial matters there is no simple way to draft a proper will. With so many laws to be aware of and so many potential pitfalls, it is highly advisable to get the expertise of a dependable Sacramento estate planning attorney.
To have a clear idea on what you actually have to pass on to your heirs, you should properly take note of all your assets. This includes all real property (homes, land, commercial buildings) and personal property (your car, jewelry, collections, investments, etc.) that you own. Know exactly what your assets are before you give them away to your heirs.”