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Don't leave home without out it-a will


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The Perils of incomplete planning

An organized thoughtful woman worked diligently, pulling together information that her loved ones would need upon her death.  She wrote out her wishes, secured burial arrangements, gathered documents and stored all of the papers in a bank safe deposit box.
She was conscientious about reviewing and updating the information over time.  She taped the spare key to the safe deposit box to an index card and carefully wrote the number of the safe deposit box on the card.  She showed the key and box number to her adult children and stored the index card in a known safe spot in her house.

writing a last letter to loved ones to include in your will or trust package

Letter to Loved Ones (aka Ethical Will)
An “ethical will” is not alegal document; it’s a personal letter or statement about the experiences,values, and beliefs that have shaped your life. You can do this in the form of a letter, an audio recording or a videorecording:
Tips for writing your letter
Write only the letter that you want to write-no longer ormore elaborate.  You might want to writeto just one person or two or three-but you certainly don’t need to addresseveryone in your life.

Don't leave home without out it-a will

Creating the perfect, worry-free vacation usually involves planning ahead.  Along with your usual pre-vacation checklist, I'd like to suggest that you take care of one more thing before you leave....create or update your Will.
Many vacationers come to A+ Paralegals, LLC to make a Last Will or Living Will.  It is a quick process and easy to do!  It's also affordable.  Our Wills contain provisions that help you to better protect your loved ones-and make sure your wishes are known.

Creating a Will

More than 70% of American adults don't have a Last Will.  And this includes millions of people with young children.
Do you have a will that is current?
A Last Will is one of the most important-and most overlooked-legal document.  Every adult should have one, regardless of age or assets.
Your Last Will is one of the most important documents you'll ever sign.  Don't let another day pass you by without it.
Take the time to make sure your loved ones are protected by working with A+ Paralegals.