Most adults, especially parents, know how important a will is.
This one document can help determine who will raise your children in the event of your untimely death. Die without a will and the state determines who will raise your children. If your children are grown, a will keeps your estate out of probate and retains the inheritance for your inheritors, not the court fees probate generators. A will can also curb fights over who gets what; your wishes are clearly written in the will.
Even though we all know wills are important, “a staggering 65% of adults do not have wills.” When asked why, “a large number of people said that a will is too expensive and too complicated” (Mellert Law).
You may likely feel this way, too. However, there are plenty of ways you can create your will without spending a lot of money.