It shouldn’t take a blog to convince you that drunk driving has terrible side effects. According to the CDC, 10,497 car crash deaths were linked to alcohol impairment in the U.S. in 2016. That adds up to 29 avoidable deaths every single day.
A will is a formal document that outlines what happens with the details of your life if you pass away. This could include who takes guardianship over your kids, who gets the keys to your vacation home, or what happens to Sparky, your pet iguana.
Many things about getting older are a blessing—The joy of grandkids, the freedom of retirement, those handy senior discounts. Anyone lucky enough to arrive at this stage in life in a sense has made it…and that’s something to be thankful for.
Cancer sucks. It’s a terrifying diagnosis that, according to the American Cancer Society, over 15 million Americans currently live with and most of us will confront in one way or another. Often, it’s during difficult times like this that we’re finally forced to think about the loved ones possibly left behind.
A will is a legally binding document that states your wishes for how you want your assets to be distributed after your death. Without a signed will that meets all legal standards, there is no guarantee that your desires will actually be carried out.