I don’t really own anything, do I need a will?

If you don’t have property right now, you likely don’t need a will to deal with property issues. However, if you have children, you can write in your will who you prefer to care for your children if another parent is not available to take over. Your preference may still be subject to court oversight, but knowing your preference is important.

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Salem family law attorney Sarah M. Litowich is an Oregonian through and through, with roots in rural eastern Oregon and the Willamette Valley. She is grateful for these deep Oregon roots because she learned the value of hard work and building and mai… Read More

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