Now that you realized it is never too early to write your Will, it’s time to get started. Passare.com™, YCollaborative™ and Robert L. Shepard offer a detailed, expert-approved guide on how to write your Will.
Have you ever thought about what’s going to happen to all your possessions when you die?
Special things; like your wedding ring, or that 9 iron you used to teach your daughter golf. In addition to your physical assets, there are financial and digital assets. Writing a Will helps ensure that all the items you care about are left in appropriate hands.
What you will learn in our End-of-Life Management eBook #1: How to Write a Will
- What can happen if you die without a Will
- Steps to draft a Will
- Who to involve when writing a Will
- When to amend a Will
- What documents are included in a Will
- Where to store a Will
- What’s next
- Will Writing Checklist
- Example of a Will
- Glossary of Will Writing Terms
To get the most out of this tool, complete all the exercises at the end of each section. Use the Will Writing Checklist to draft your Will and review the example provided at the end of this document. The Glossary of Terms gives you definitions for underlined words.
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