There’s a reason why hearses don’t carry luggage racks.
When we die – and we all will, painful as that thought might be – everything that we worked for in our life stays behind.
What remains, in many cases, is emotional and legal entanglement. A visit to a lawyer now can save a lot of future uncertainty, if not outright heartbreak, for loved ones already reeling from your loss.
Having a will ensures that your wishes are honored and that your assets are handled the way you want. But to do that, questions must be asked.