Starting a family?
When we started talking to people about Smarter Will™, we discovered that most people with young children realize the importance of a last will, but just haven’t “gotten around” to it yet. That’s a problem. A basic last will is the only way to legally state who will become your child’s guardian if you die. Without a will, the court will decide who gets your children, plain and simple. Think about it: You may love your mother-in-law dearly, but will you rest in peace knowing she’s in charge of raising your kids? (That’s just one example. For the record, we hold no ill-will towards mother-in-laws.)
When you add a Smarter Will Pack™ to the mix, you’re adding the medical directives, powers of attorney and living will that your spouse and children need to take care of you in an emergency. You can also take the heartbreaking guesswork out of loved ones wondering how you would want to be cared for if you become incapacitated.