Many people never get around to preparing a will. They may think that it is too costly, they do not have enough property to justify a will, or that they can put it off because they are too young to be thinking about death. However, death is often unexpected, and the importance of having a concrete and well-drafted will cannot be stressed enough.
In Virginia, making a will is one of the most important things that you can do for your loved ones.
A will provides you with the flexibility to distribute your property as you wish. This means that you get to decide which family members or friends receive your property