Making a Last Will and Testament Affordable by zulfikarads2010


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                <p>Many Americans contemplate about their mortality.Â
The thought of mortality is mixed with many concerns, responsibilities
and obligations. Americans worry about their children and who will take
care of them in the case of death. People desire for their children to
be brought up in a certain way with a family of their choice. People
also desire for their assets to be distributed in a specific manner.</p>
<p>Two thirds of Americans do not have a last will and testament.Â
Statistics show that most Americans do not take appropriate measures to
protect themselves, their families and their property through proper
estate planning. Many Experts argue that the reason why few people
decide to do anything about estate planning is because the subject is
inherently unpleasant. Others say it is because people may be lazy or
irresponsible by nature. Others yet argue that it is due to the distrust
associated with attorneys. However, our experience suggests that the
principal reason why people fail to do estate planning is because of the
inconvenience and possible the exorbitant attorney costs</p>
<p>Contrary to the general impression, making a <a rel="nofollow"
href="" title="Last Will and
Testament">last will and testament</a> does not have to be a complicated
and expensive procedure. If one wants to prepare a <a rel="nofollow"
href="">will and testament</a>, one can
download these forms from online websites at affordable prices including
guidelines and instructions. Â The simplicity of creating a <a
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href="">last will</a> and testament can
be exemplified by the steps needed to complete one as follows:</p>
<ol><li>Download your will</li>
<li>Property: Make a calculation and tabulation of what you own</li>
<li>Beneficiaries: Name your Beneficiaries (Those who will receive your
property – usually one's beneficiaries are one's children)</li>
<li>Executor: Name your Executor (someone you trust to handle your will
and affairs)</li>
<li>Guardian: If you have children, choose a Guardian for them. That will
be someone you trust and know can take care of your children.</li>
<li>Finalizing: Sign your will in front of witnesses (usually two) and
store your will in a safe place. </li>
</ol><p>As parents, it therefore prudent to protect our family with a
last will and testament and have our minds at ease knowing our loved ones
are taken care of.</p>                <!--INFOLINKS_OFF-->

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