When committing to your New Years Resolutions for 2019, don’t overlook the importance of having your personal estate and Wills planned out and in order. Among the list of health and fitness goals, consider adding estate planning to your resolutions. The good thing about this goal? It’s realistic and reasonable, an easy thing to check off the to-do list!
If you feel that you are not up to the task of planning your estate alone, professionals are available to help you out. Hire an experienced notary for efficient and professional solutions for planning your Will and estate plan. Legal Will preparation can be a simple, stress-free resolution to accomplish in 2019.
What would happen to your assets if you were to pass away? A Will is critical for outlining your exact wishes if the unthinkable were to happen this year. Having a Will outlines important functions such as:
- Guardianship of children and dependants
- Distribution of assets
- Designation of an executor of your estate
Having a Will that makes your desires clear will ensure that your assets are dealt with how you want them to be dealt with, should you pass away in the coming years. No one loves to think about this, but consider it a final gift to your family should something happen – the stress of dealing with assets without a legal Will in place can be a major headache.
A professional notary can help you craft your estate plan and Will in 2019, making this an easy and stress-free item to check off your list of New Years Resolutions. For personal, practical and realistic Will building help, contact your local Langley notary public who can guide you through the process of creating an up-to-date Will.
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