My husband and I never made the time to have a Will prepared, but after his mother passed with all her affairs in perfect order, we knew we needed to do the same for our children. We went to see Heidi, who came highly recommended, to create our Wills. Heidi guided us through the process and educated us on the importance of other legal documents. She gave us the information we needed to help us make decisions that were best for our family, and she did it in a very professional and comfortable atmosphere. We were very appreciative of the time she took to address all of our questions and concerns. Having our Wills, Trust, Power of Attorney, Healthcare Proxy and other documents in place has given us great peace of mind. We can confidently recommend Heidi Webb, with all of her expertise, compassion and professionalism for your estate planning needs.
~ Dawn H
Very friendly, relaxed, and professional. Many law offices feel "stuffy" and intimidating. Heidi was very welcoming and willing to explain everything in detail using laymens terms.
~ Thomas G
Short Answer, NO. There should only be one Personal Representative in a Will – period. It is my experience that having two, especially siblings, causes
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