Your Will plays a role in your biography, but it’s not the hero nor is it the villain. It doesn’t feature in the coming-of-age chapter, or the time you got married … had it annulled … then found ‘the one’. It’s not there when you buy your first house, sell your first car, or visit your first foreign country. It doesn’t make a dramatic entrance when your children are born, or later when you watch them raise kids of their own. But here’s the thing: its sentiment is.

Think of your Will as the dedication, the prologue to your story. It expresses your accomplishments, it’s a testament to your supporting cast … it says, “I couldn’t have done it without you. Thank you.”

Not all books are the same. Sometimes the dedication is short and sweet, other times long and detailed. But the point is, after all that’s said and done, it’s a legacy written in black and white.

We’re here to help you make your dedication formal. To make it count. To do it your way.

We don’t have to play a big role in your life, we just need a cameo, every now and then.