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Writing a will gives you peace of mind

There are plenty of reasons to write a will, and maybe you've mulled over a lot of them already. You have significant assets that you need to sort out. Your children want to know what they should expect to inherit. You want to figure out what the tax burden of your estate looks like. You're a business owner and you need to decide what to do with the company.

Can you use a handwritten will?

You're thinking about writing a will, but you don't like the idea of typing one up. You worry about cybersecurity and you don't know who else may access any digital files you create. It seems better to write the will yourself and keep it in a safe place.

What if you don't sign your will?

You know that most people don't have a will, and you set out to change that at least for your family. You draft a will, decide who should get your major assets, talk to your heirs about what they want, and then put the will in your desk.

Don't put off writing a will

People often put off writing a will until something happens that makes the need for one more obvious than it has ever been before, and they wonder why they haven't done anything for decades. They scramble to get everything together.

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