A will is just one piece of the Total Estate Planning picture.

That’s why Guanci Law strongly believes in educating our clients so that they fully understand their estate and tax options.

We often get calls asking about wanting a basic will. A basic will does not avoid the probate process, control your non-probate property, or provide for any special planning concerns, such as estate taxes or trusts. A basic will allows you to determine who will directly inherit your probate property and who will be appointed as the Personal Representative or Executor handling the probate process of your estate.