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Why It Is Important to Have a Will

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When we hear the phrase "Last Will and Testament", we usually think of death--which is depressing. So, why think about a Will if we can avoid feeling sad? We tell ourselves, "I'm young! I'm not a millionaire. I don't have children. I'm living in the moment." Absolutely, we should live in the moment. But, we all know that life is unpredictable, so we need to be prepared for all that may come. That includes thinking pragmatically, and taking responsibly for whatever the future may hold.

A Will should be a legal obligation that ensures your assets and personal belongings, are passed on to those you choose. Whether you own a mansion or a trailer, your property is yours; and only you have the right to decide to whom it goes. Not having a Will tears even the most loving and closest families apart. Do you want your family to have the added burden of dividing your property and possessions after you are gone? It's 2017, and online wills are all the rage. They also sound so simple, right? However, the internet is often unsafe and unreliable. Do you really want to tell your most personal information to the World Wide Web? Do you know what a long and arduous process this can become? Why not make sure you are in the competent care of an attorney who you can trust? We're going to tell you why everyone should have a Will, and why only an attorney should draft it. Be Empowered: You know what's easier than writing, "I want my niece to have this bracelet?" Having an attorney do it for you. Ensure that your loved one will own whatever it is you want them to have. Life is always changing: Marriages often aren't successful, friendships don't always last-- and sometimes surprises happen, for example, children come along. If you have a lawyer draft your Will, you're able to change it, in the near or distant future. The process is easy: There will be two witnesses present when an attorney drafts your Will. An attorney will read you your rights, and will answer any questions and clarify any concerns you have. Why is having a Will so important? Although having a Will prevents your loved ones from legal battles in the future, the main reason for having a Will is because you deserve peace of mind. You deserve to live in the moment, live freely, with the knowledge that your wishes will be carried out after you are gone.

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