When you die your possessions and any debts will pass to your heirs. This division is governed by inheritance law. But you may have special wishes with regard to leaving your estate. These wishes are recorded in a will. The notary practice and OMVR are happy to help you record your inheritance.
As well as dividing your assets, a will governs the guardianship of any children. You can also appointed an executor in your will who will arrange matters for you after you die. Your debts may be greater than your assets and you want to allow for beneficiary acceptance. The specialists at OMVR will think along with you and provide advice. Your inheritance will then be properly protected.