Writing a will requires careful thought about the people in your life and the assets you need to disperse upon your death. Before you draft a will, you need to have that difficult if-I-were-to-die-tomorrow discussion with key people in your life. For most people, the ultimate goal is to provide a safety net for family and loved ones. This eBook provides comprehensive information on how to write a will.
Writing a will and planning for end of life cuts through a forest of paperwork, court time, and legal hassles. A will ensures your family won’t have to deal with a complicated mess after you’re gone.
This How to Write a Will eBook is a step-by-step guide offering an easy-to-follow checklist and valuable tips. Passare™ offers this helpful tool in collaboration with experts Y Collaborative™ and Attorney-at-law, Robert L. Shepard.
To get the most of out of the book on how to write a will, complete all the exercises at the end of each section. Use the checklist when writing a will and review the example provided at the end of this document. The Glossary of Terms gives you definitions for underlined words.
- What may happen if you die without a will
- Steps on how to write a will
- Who to involve when creating a will
- When to amend your will
- What documents are included in a will
- Where to store a will
- What to do next
- Will writing checklist
- Example of a Will
- Glossary of Terms
15 to 30 minutes