Why should you make a will?
Every individual who owns assets or has a spouse or young children should have a will. The time that you spend with a lawyer planning your estate could save your spouse, children and other beneficiaries much time, effort and money. By not having a will, you lose the right to decide who will manage your affairs, who gets how much of your estate and when. More importantly, if you have young children, you lose the right to appoint a guardian of your choice to look after and care for your children. In addition to these problems, the costs to administer your estate will be drastically increased if you were to pass away without a will.
The lawyers of Bernard Lau and Co. would be happy to sit down with you to discuss your estate matters and to prepare a will that contains your intentions and wishes that will be properly reflected upon your passing.