A will makes sure your property is given to the people you desire to benefit, how you want it distributed to them and it does so when you want it to go to them. This distribution can include real estate, cash, bonds, stocks and other valuable assets; as well as other items with less monetary value such as family photos, collections of knick-knacks, and other items around your house. The person appointed to handle this distribution is called the “executor” or “personal representative.” The executor is generally a family member or very close friend, who is highly trusted to take care of your affairs. The other big job of a will is to establish a successor guardian for minor children, to avoid court battles after your death.
When you apply for any life policy at Insurance Advisory Group you'll be provided with a free, legally binding will. Thereby ensuring you'll not only have the most suitable protection policies in place but also that your family is fully protected and that you do not have to worry about dying intestate, and all the worries, delay and costs, that this would bring.