You may know that planning for the future is important, but you may not be sure where you should even start with that process. Like many others, you may know that a basic will can allow you some measure of control over what will happen in the future to your estate, but that's not all you need. Even for the most basic estates and simplest wills, it is prudent to try and avoid missteps.
If you make a mistake with your estate plan, it can eventually lead to problems for you down the road. Errors in the planning process may not be evident until much later when it is time to settle the estate. Making sure you do not commit any errors is prudent for your own peace of mind, but it can also be beneficial for your heirs and loved ones in the future.