Imagine working your whole life to make an honest living, and supply your family with everything they have ever dreamed of, only to have the government, or an obscure relative rip it away from you.
What about having your children suffer abuse in foster care while friends and family hash it out over whom you would have wanted them to go to?
The best way to prevent horrible tragedies such as those mentioned above from occurring is to make sure you have protected your assets, as well as your precious children, by creating a last will and testament form while you still can.
Many people put off the creation of a last will and testament form partly because they think it will be a hassle to deal with. People have been convinced by lawyers that without them it is impossible to create your own last will and testament form. This is absolutely not true, for most people. Most people can create their own last will and testament form with little help. The only thing that you need is software, a computer, and two friends to sign as witnesses when you are done.
There is no better protection for your family, in the event of your unexpected death, than to have a prepared and witness last will and testament form to help them sort things out quickly. This will save your family a lot of time, trouble, and pain in the end. Why would you ever want to add more to their pain with the absences of a clear statement of your wishes upon death?
It is important to note that in some rare circumstances it is necessary to consult a lawyer about the acquisition of your personal last will and testament form. This involves situations where you share custody of a minor child or children with an outside party care for a mentally incapacitated adult, or share ownership of a business with a non related partner.
If none of the above described instances fit into your life, then it is quite possible that last will and testament form software such as Simply Willing can provide you with all the necessary requirements for creating a personal will. It can also be used to create wills for other loved ones, such as your spouse. This is the easiest and most inexpensive way to make sure that your family is protected.