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If you haven't written a will yet, now's the time to do that. You might think it's enough to give verbal instructions to your family, but that's not the case. In fact, you leave your family in a lot of turmoil if you don't have a will. Not sure what should you include in your will? Here are four issues you need to address in your will.
If you're going to write a will, you need to decide on an executor. That's the person who will make sure that the contents of your will get carried out after you pass away. When choosing an executor, you want to make sure that it's someone you trust to carry out your wishes. If you have a complex will, you might want to assign co-executors. That way, they can work together to make sure your wishes get carried out. If you don't have someone in mind, you can choose an independent executor. This is someone who will get paid out of your estate to act as executor for your will.
If you're ready to write your will, don't forget about your children. You might think you only need to include instructions for your minor children. That's not the case, though. You also need to include instructions for your adult children. This is especially important if you want to include education funds in the will or if you want to provide cash payments for your adult children as well. If you're the parent of special needs children, you'll need to include instructions for their care.
If you have charities that you contribute to, include them in your will. You might want to continue those donations after you pass away. If that's the case, you'll want to include those instructions in your will. Adding your charity information to your will ensures that donations continue. If you want to make a lump-sum cash donation after you pass, be sure to include those instructions in your will.
If you have specific requests for your funeral, now's the time to add those to your will. Many people forget to include funeral plans in their wills. Unfortunately, that leaves the family to come up with the plans. The best way to alleviate the stress for your family is to leave final instructions in your will. That way, your family knows what your final wishes were and how you wanted to have them carried out.
Contact a lawyer to learn more about wills.Share