At Klun, our Minnesota Estate Planning Attorneys can help you spell out your wishes as to what to do with your assets after your death. A will is the document that explains what you want to do with your assets upon death. The “testator” is the person for whom the will is made. The testator declares in his or her will whomever they want to administer the will. That person is known as the “executor.” The executor uses the will after the death to make sure assets are placed where and with whom the testator wishes. Unfortunately, simply having a will in place won’t help you avoid probate. At Klun, our knowledgeable attorneys can help you put all the right documents in place to protect you and your assets.
Creating & Personalizing WillsKelly2016-10-27T15:02:58-05:00