25 Documents to have before you die
I ran across this Wall Street Journal list today and am reminded of how important it is to get certain life affairs in order. The start of the new year is as good of a time as any.
Number one on their list should come as no surprise. An original will is the most important document to keep on file. If you don’t have a will and you do have kids, call a lawyer and make an appointment. If you do have a will, pull it out and read it. You may want to update certain provisions or maybe even remove certain beneficiaries who haven’t been as nice to you as you would like.
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