“A will is written while a person is alive and carried out once they’ve passed away. In the will, a still-living person is named as the executor of the estate, and that person is responsible for administering the estate and is usually supervised by the probate court to ensure that what is specified in the will is carried out.
A legal document that communicates a person’s final wishes, as pertaining to possessions and dependents. A person’s last will and testament will outline what to do with possessions, whether they are being left to another person, group or donated to charity, and what will happen to other things for which they are responsible, such as custody of dependents and accounts and interests management.”
Do you have a Will, I do! Have you changed your Will recently or ever? Times change, kids and Grandkids change. Relationships with these kids change. So, what to do is a huge question and I’m not sure there is one-right-way to handle this! You have your way. I have my way. As for the right way, the correct way, and the only way, it does not exist. Friedrich Nietzsche
I got out my Will with the intention of calling my Lawyer to have it revised, but did not make the call! YET! Maybe I need to dwell on it just a while longer, I want to feel good about any changes I make, not have it grind away at my gut!!! The one part I don’t have to agonize over is who I picked to be my Executor!