Shannon L. Carney
No one wants to think about death and dying, and making a will is probably the last thing on your list of things-to-do. However, a will is necessary to ensure the well-being of your family. If you die without a will, the laws of the state will dictate how your assets are divided. Don’t let the state of Kentucky decide who is important to you. Everyone should have a will. However, there are certain events that make a will even more important, such as: marriage or divorce, having children, buying a house, starting or owning a business, and serious illness. Don’t wait to get your estate in order because there is such a thing as “too late”.