Broadly speaking, a Last Will disposes of your property upon your death. However, a well drafted will can do so much more, including:
- Nominating executors to manage your estate;
- Nominating guardians to care for minor children;
- Establish testamentary trusts to manage the inheritance of children or other beneficiaries;
- Delegate the care of pets;
- Establish testamentary trusts for the care of pets; and
- Establish testamentary, special needs trusts for disabled family members.