Without a will, the distribution of your assets to your heirs and the care of any minor children will just remain a wish. That's what makes this legal document very essential. But to maximize the likelihood of your wishes to be carried out, creating a written, witnessed will (also known as testamentary will) is best. Yes, you read that right! You can actually write one yourself. But like many other legal documents, writing wills is not that easy. It takes prudence to write one because you have to clearly spell out your wishes. The primary challenge here is where to start and what format to follow. However, using our Wills Templates, working from a blank slate will be the least of your worries.
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Preparing your will also require other additional documents like the letter of instruction. This letter specifies what particular assets should be given to specific heirs. If you're not sure where to get started, you can refer to our sample Estate Will Templates. Other addenda to the will also include Power of Attorney, a medical directive, or a living will.
Equipped with all essential documents, your wills should be able to help you determine how you would like your estate to be handled upon your passing.
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