Whether you are married, single, have minor children or own even a nominal amount of personal assets or property, you should have a will. In fact, every eligible adult should have a will or other means to control the disposition of his or her assets. Even people who have living trusts should consider preparing a will because, without a will, any property not named in the living trust will pass according to Georgia law, not necessarily in accordance with a person's wishes. In Georgia, if you are competent and age 14 or older, you can have a will. Contact one of our associates to discuss how your state handles your assets and the best way to protect your wishes.