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No one likes to think about their own mortality but there comes a time in all of our lives when it's necessary to do so. We may be stricken with an illness or may be starting a family.We may going through a divorce or extending our families.
It's a fact that one day our dying day will come and when that day comes our possessions will come into question. Who will get all or some of our stuff?
This is when our life's work becomes highlighted. Somebody has to inherit our stuff. Who that will be depends on if you have taken care of business in enough time before your demise. Perhaps you've made out a will and are sure whom you want your things to go to. Maybe the thought of contemplating your death spooks you out so you keep putting it off. Hopefully you don't die suddenly.
Many folks don't think that they have enough possessions or have accumulated enough wealth to warrant a will. Not true. I've seen loved ones fight over who gets the black and white t.v. or the last beloved pictures of grandma and dad together. (back before scanners and digital cameras) nonetheless the hard copy original is the most sentimentally valuable.
So how's yours planned out. Not sure yet?
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