All estate plans should include, at minimum, three important estate planning documents. Namely, a Last Will and Testament, a Durable Power of Attorney and a Living Will. This month we’ll address the importance of having a Will. Your Will is a legally- binding statement directing who will receive your property at your death. It also allows you to appoint a personal representative (Executor/Excutrix) to carry out your wishes.
"Although I have not as yet had the opportunity to do business with American Wills & Estates, it has been my pleasure to know the owner, Atty. Lloyd Welling for most of his and my lifetime. He was then and is now; an articulate, caring and respectful young man. I look forward to working with him professionally in the near future."