When people die, their family is responsible for settling the estate. If you have certain wishes you want to be upheld upon your demise, it is vital to execute a will. However, most people push off writing a will because it’s as if you’re courting death, and accepting your departure in this ephemeral world is imminent. Bear in mind, drafting a will is part of funeral pre-planning and is beneficial because it protects your family and all your assets. Read more
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