For most of us, the notion that we ought to write a will lingers in the back of our minds long before we finally decide to act on it. I know many people who had that item on their to-do list for many months, and sometimes even years, before they finally got around to it.
Oftentimes, when we finally do act on it – our action is prompted by tragedy – the illness or death of someone close to us.
Our hesitance to approach writing our will is understandable and natural. It forces us to think about our own death and to envision how our loved ones would carry on after we have left this world. It’s hard for us to think about our own mortality, so for the most part, we try to push it out of our minds. Besides, let’s be honest, we usually have far more pressing things biding for our time.
At the end of the day, though, you know you will feel so relieved knowing that you’ve prepared for the future and that your Will was drawn up, signed, and is now safely stored away. Once you’ve done that, you can finally stop thinking about it.
We are here to help you make that happen.