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Creating your will: A critical part of your estate plan

If you’ve decided that it’s time to write a will, then you’re going to want to know all the things you can do to make it easier. Everyone is aware that making a will isn’t always the most pleasant thing to do. It draws attention to the inevitable, and it can be uncomfortable.

However, creating a will is critical. You’ll be allowing others to know your wishes even when you can’t speak for yourself any longer. A will helps your heirs avoid conflicts and trouble, and lets you know that your possessions will go to the people who deserve them most.

Your will dictates who gets to keep your property

It’s fair to want to control your property. After all, you worked for it. Your will lets you continue having control after you pass away.

A will dictates who receives what. It allows you to determine your own heirs and beneficiaries and to provide them with the assets you want them to have most.

Your will also protects your children

Your will is also there to protect your children or anyone you’re a guardian of. You get to choose who can take over their care if you’re not able to provide for them in the future.

Most importantly, your will allows you to be in control. All too often, wills are thought of in a negative light, but the reality is that they are more like a guiding compass. You get to choose what happens with all the assets you have, and take steps to provide care for your dependents. Setting one up is simple, and it’s a necessary component of your estate plan. Our site has more on why you may want to start working on your will.

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