Everyone should have a will, no matter your assets. If you don’t have a will when you die, your assets and estate will be distributed based on the laws of the state in which you reside. This generally means everything will go to your next of kin, spouse or children. But who gets what? And how much? Having a will allows you to decide who receives your assets and makes a difficult time a little less difficult for the ones you leave behind.
HOW IT WORKS
As an employee of the Firm, you have two will-preparation options available to you. Both require election during annual enrollment, typically held each fall*
* Note: You may enroll in the Legal Assistance Plan and during annual enrollment, within 31 days of hire or benefits eligibility, or if you have a qualifying life event (such as marriage or birth of a child).