Perhaps this is something that you have avoided. Nobody likes to think about death and dying . . . it’s too negative.
Unless you leave your loved ones with a roadmap to your wishes, anything can happen. You need to take a serious look at your assets and liabilities and determine how you would like them dispersed.
And it needs to be done before it becomes necessary.
Leaving your family to untangle the intricacies of your life is unfair and yes, downright selfish. Everything should be spelled out in detail so there is no misunderstanding about your choices.
It doesn't matter whether your estate is large or small, details must be spelled out. There is nothing worse than leaving a grieving family with the added burden of trying to second guess what you would have wanted.
This also extends beyond just the creation of a will. What are your preferences regarding your death? Do you have preferences about your medical care? Does someone know what those wishes are or where to find a document that you have prepared and signed?
Here is what you will discover inside...
★ Can you make sure your will is valid?
★ Are there special rules if you are married
★ Do you need an inventory?
★ Are there different types of beneficiaries?
★ Do you know how to select an executor?
★ Are there special rules for taxes and debts?
★ What kind of form do you need?
★ Do you know how to revoke or change your will?
Do it before it's too late. Your family will thank you and you'll be glad you did.
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