Wills & Estates
Many people prefer not to consider the importance of making a will. In life and death situations, these matters are frequently overlooked as we live out our daily lives. However, a will is a vastly important document, necessary for anyone with a family. A will is critical in determining who is to receive your property at death, who will administer your estate, and how your final wishes will be carried out.
Without a will, state laws will determine what happens to your property. This comes at great personal expense to your loved ones, both financially and emotionally. Not only is the initial preparation of a will important, it is also important to periodically review your will in order to ensure that it conforms to your current needs. Tollison & Webb can help you avoid this strain on your family and offer counsel in crafting your will and keeping it up to date.
In a similar way, proper estate planning can save you and your loved ones considerable expense. Our attorneys have a solid foundation of legal knowledge in the financial areas of estate planning and can be an invaluable resource for the financial well-being of you and your loved ones. We can guide you through the process of preserving your finances for the future as well as passing them down to your children and relatives.