Wills, like trusts, allow you to make critical decisions regarding your loved ones and your property. If you have minor children, for example, you can appoint a guardian for them in your will. You can also name an executor who will be in charge of your personal obligations, such as the filing of your final tax returns. Finally, wills can help ensure that property inadvertently left out of your trust are placed in after your death and go to the right beneficiaries.

While not required, a will is a good complement to a trust and highly recommended to ensure that your wishes are heard.  Call our California wills attorneys today at the Pakpour Banks LLP, for help in discussing your will and make sure that your legacy is protected.