A will is more than a legal form; it’s a document outlining your final wishes to distribute your assets and care for your family according to your wishes.
There are many options for drafting a will, but consulting an experienced attorney with an understanding of estate law is often your best bet. The more you make your wishes clear to your children or heirs, the less chance you have for any problems with probate.
Failing to understand the nuances in state laws and individual situations can lead to problems. Planning ahead makes your passing easier for those you leave behind.