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Everybody's going to die, so we all need Wills
January 16, 2006
It may not be a pleasant thought to think about, but it happens.
Everyone will die, and not all of us will die peacefully on our deathbed. It is
vital that everyone, including teens, have a will.
Anyone over 18 can write a will, with or without the aid of a
lawyer. A will is a legal document that regulates the use of your property after
Few teens have property of their own. If this is your case, you
can still write a living will. A living will appoints someone to make health decisions
on your behalf when you cannot. Ask yourself how you would want to be treated if
a catastrophic event were to happen to you. Would you like to be kept on life support?
Do you want to donate your organs after death?
If you have property, writing a will is simple. There are some
simple requirements for writing a will.
Identify yourself as the author. This is usually satisfied by
the words "last will and testament."
If you have a previous will, you must declare revocation of it.
Demonstrate the capacity to dispose of your property.
Sign and date the will in the presence of two witnesses.
Will-writing software is readily available and is legal in all
Humans are not invincible. Catastrophic events happen to people
every day. If you do not think it can happen to you, think again.
It is vital that everyone have a will to see his or her final
wishes carried out.
To do otherwise is irresponsible.
(Note that you can create your Will, Power of Attorney and Living Will online at
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