None of us like to think about sitting down and writing a will---but unfortunately, failure to do so can result in numerous legal problems and disputes for your survivors after your death. When you make a will, you ensure that your belongings won't wind up inthe wrong hands, and that whatever is left will not be eaten up by extra costs and expenses. A "Last Will & Testament" can also make sure other final wishes are carried out, such as the guardianship of your children, funeral wishes, and much more. Having an experienced attorney help you in creating and managing your wishes is therefore critical. I make every effort to be sensitive to your wishes, and work with you to create the legal document, known as your "Will", so that the procedures to be followed upon your death are legally documented and properly executed.