Wills provide directions for how to process a individual’s assets and belongings after he dies. Regardless of how much or how little you own, it is important to have a will to prevent the court’s intervention should you die “intestate” (without a will). Someone can prepare his own final will and testament fairly readily.
Select the way of preparing your will. You may simply hand write it out on a piece of paper, it is possible to type it out utilizing word-processing software or you can get a will form from various web sources, like the state bar’s website or NOLO.
Write the name to the file as your “final will and testament”.
State your name, followed by a statement to clarify you’ve ready the will in a sound frame of mind and you weren’t compelled to do so.
Explain that you’re giving your son your home. You’ll have to include his full name and the address of this property.
Name the executor to your will in another paragraph. The executor will be accountable for carrying out your fantasies as explained in the will. Choose a back-up executor should the first choice die before you.
Sign the will at the front of 2 witnesses. The witnesses must sign the will likewise. In California, notarization isn’t required; however, this is a requirement in other states.
Make many copies of this will. Sign them too, with the very same witnesses.
Maintain the will in a safe location, like the bank or even a fire-proof storage box.