Wills

Remove the Uncertainty Following Your Death

Let's face it: no one enjoys writing a will.

Still, though this single act may be one of the most important things you'll do. If you don't have a will, you could lose control over who receives your property upon your death – and even who has custody of your children. Without a will, you could leave family members with a confusing situation to sort out, all while they're trying to deal with your loss.

A basic will should list who should be given your property – such as your house, cars, furniture, financial holdings, and personal collections. It should also name a guardian for any of your children who are minors. But, be sure the intentions indicated in your will coincide with those of other legal documents, such as your life insurance policy.

Your will should name a trustee or executor who will carry out your wishes. Although you can designate a family member to handle this responsibility, it's often best to let a professional – such as a lawyer – take care of this duty.

It's smart to periodically review your will, especially after significant life changes, such as a marriage, divorce, birth, death, adoption, or even a new job. But, it's also a good idea to have a “living will,” which is a medical directive that provides guidance should you become incapacitated.

The more property you own, or the bigger your estate, the more complicated your will becomes – and the more important it is to seek a professional to help you with it. But, don't put off this task until later, because you might not have the chance to do it.

Let Emerging Insurance Brokerage help you design a will that's right for you and your heirs.

Get a Quote
Contact Us

Noori Insurance Agency, Inc.
DBA: Emerging Insurance Brokerage Services


37371 Fremont Blvd Ste B.
Fremont CA 94536

tel 510-796-4929
fax 510-796-4928