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3 things a will can do for you

On Behalf of | May 18, 2023 | Estate Planning |

A will is an important estate planning document that allows you to achieve various goals. Unfortunately, while everyone needs a will, most people don’t. 

Having an estate plan can benefit you in many ways, and creating a will is something you should consider if you have assets you want to leave behind. Below are some ways a will can benefit you.

It can help save your loved one’s time and money 

Nearly all property or assets go through probate to begin the legal asset distribution process. However, when you don’t have a will, the entire process will become complex and time-consuming. In addition, the court will have to name an administrator to manage your estate. Luckily, a will can help simplify the process as you have already named the person you want to handle your estate.

It can make sure your children have proper care

Of course, you always want to be there for your children, which is why you need to be prepared for all scenarios. If something were to happen to you before they’re grown, someone else will have to step into your shoes. With a will, you may be able to direct the court by naming legal guardians that you want to bring up your children, which can make sure that they’re raised the way you want them to be.

It can support your charities and create your legacy

Like many people, you may want to leave behind a legacy of some sort. One excellent way to do so is by supporting charities and other causes. That said, a will can help maintain your legacy by leaving some of your assets to your chosen charitable organization. 

A will is not just a list of directions for handling your assets and properties. Instead, it is a tool that can help prevent conflict among your loved ones and take care of your children even when you’re not there. 


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