Paulsen & Reissner, PLLC can properly prepare your will, and you can have the piece of mind it will be a legal document that will stand. Writing down your last wishes on a napkin and handing them to someone just doesn’t cut it in real life. We know all the ins and out of how to properly prepare your will so that it is legal and binding, making it hard to contest.
If you do not have a Will or a Trust and have not used other probate-avoiding techniques, upon your death your assets will pass according to the laws of the state which has jurisdiction over your assets. The “state plan” may not provide for those you desire to obtain your assets.