No. A will is only one small part of an estate plan. Different assets pass in different ways, and not all of them are affected by a will. Also, a thorough estate plan includes planning for your incapacity, as well as your death.

Lastly, the true value in estate planning comes from the thought and attention we give to your plan before any documents are drafted or signed. We are here to help you evaluate all of the relevant issues—such as family dynamics, protection for beneficiaries, the types of assets you own, and taxes—and bring these elements together in a creative, harmonious, and functional manner.