Last Will and Testament

A Will is a legal document in which you give certain instructions to be carried out after your death. For example, you may direct the distribution of your assets (your money and property), give your choice of guardians for your children, and name your executor. It becomes irrevocable when you die. Wills, however, do not avoid the time consuming and costly legal process of Probate Court.

Keep in mind that a will is just part of the estate planning process. And whether your estate is large or small, you probably need an estate plan.

The Law Offices of Dawson G. Crawford can assist you with a Last Will and Testament throughout all of California, including Santa Clara County, San Mateo County, San Francisco County, Contra Costa County, Marin County, and Santa Cruz County.


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