Are you able to make a will? Below are some helpful tips to help.
Take a look at your biggest assets to start. Next, decide what items need to (or should) be given to someone else. Be aware that in case you’re married each spouse makes a separate will. It’s only your shared share of the assets that both of you own may be handed over. If you are the parent of minor children they can be supervised by a parent whom to care for them when you or their parents are not able to. You should name an adult who is responsible for managing the assets you’ve given to your children, or younger adults. If you want to give the person in charge power over inheritances of children You can designate an individual a guardian or property custodian under a law known as the UTMA or trustee.
You must sign your will with two witnesses once you’ve made the decision. If you’re using something known as a “self-proving statement” with your will (to make things simpler to go through probate courts following your death) Your signature should be notarized , too.