You need a will
Wills / Estate Planning
Question: “Do I really need a will?” “Yes,” replies the lawyer. “Yes,” replies your spouse who will jointly own your property with your infant or teenage child if you do not have a will. “Yes,” replies your child from a previous marriage or relationship that is left in precarious position with a step parent. “Yes,” replies your parents who are divorced and a debate ensues about who should administer your estate. “Yes,” replies your church who you intended to be a beneficiary of a portion of your assets at the point of your death as they have through your life. “Yes,” replies that special person or group in your life — girlfriend/boyfriend, neighbor, niece, nephew, or organization that you desire to be blessed with a portion of your assets at the time of your passing.
If you love or care for anyone else on planet Earth — in 2018. you should hire a lawyer to assist in the drafting of a will and estate planning.