There are many reasons to have a will. You would want to name a guardian for your children should you pass away before they reach adulthood. You can also ensure your assets are distributed according to your wishes and executors are named that you entrust with carrying out your wishes. Wills should be reviewed and possibly updated as circumstances in your life change, such as the birth of a child, a death in the family, marriage, divorce and property acquisition. All assets should be reviewed regularly to make sure that how they are held matches your will plan. We can help.