If you ask your friends or family whether they have a will, the likelihood is that they would say no. It’s no surprise that seven out of ten people die without a will in the United States. But why? Surveys say that people don’t have time to think about tomorrow as they’re too stressed about today. Or, that most people don’t want to think about death. For me, I tend to procrastinate on things like this, but after getting married and having a child, the world looks different.
Everyone knows that if you die without a will a court picks someone to handle your estate, and they decide how to disperse your hard-earned money. If both parents of a child die, the court decides who their legal guardian will be. If you’re not legally divorced when you die, all of your estate could go to him or her, and not your children. Yikes. Please tell me this scares you a bit.
If, however, you have a will, you decide what you want to do with your money, your possessions, and your children. Most of us support local charities that benefit from our donations, so why not make a difference and include them in your will?
The real question is, if this doesn’t motivate you to get a will, what would? We’re so concerned about our things when we’re alive, shouldn’t we care as much about what happens to it after we’re gone?
Everyone wants convenience and ease in everything they do. It’s particularly true in the things they don’t have to but need to do. Most people say they would likely create a Georgia will if there was a valid, easy way to do it online.
We’re listening, and the solution is here, it’s easy and it’s affordable. Stop putting it off and say you’ll do it tomorrow because there is now a valid, easy way to create a Georgia will on-line right here. No more excuses. Our Georgia law firm has created an on-line form for you because it’s important for everyone to have a will.
The best parts are: it doesn’t require an appointment with a lawyer or even a call, you can work on it any time anywhere you want, it’s affordable, and after it is reviewed by a Georgia lawyer, you’re done! So, One, click here and go to client login, Two, register (so that we know where to e-mail your will) and pay online, Three, complete the questionnaire (the questions regarding your will), click Submit, and after it’s reviewed, you’re done. Easy and valid, that’s all you need.
Stop procrastinating. Get your Georgia will online today!