Tuesday, November 20, 2012

It is never too early!

     Most people don't think about when their life will end.  We always think that we will out live our children or we have plenty of time to get our things in order so that we do not leave a burden upon our Family members.  Sadly, that is not always the case.  I know I have many friends who felt that way and life other plans for them.  Because they were so young they never made arrangements for anything in case something happened to them and it left a major burden on the Family members they left behind. 

     It is always very hard when you lose someone but I believe it makes it even harder when nothing is done to make arrangements.  I know both of my parents currently have everything arranged right on down to the music that will played at their funeral.  They only thing we have to do is agree on what they will wear.  While it is hard to lose a parent and this is not something you want to think about, it is a must do now or then.  Personally I believe that by doing so now you have say so in what you want as a person and no one can come in and say that you were not in your right mind, or maybe you have expressed that you don't want to be put on Life Support.  If it is not in a Last Will and Testament, you may not get your wishes.

     Last Will and Testament's are a necessity that we need to focus on not just for the death purposes of it but for medical purposes also. At Texas Wills online you can get your paper work emailed to within 12 hours and they are approved and accepted anywhere in Texas.  Still not sure how to fill out the paperwork or you have questions and concerns, they have a Texas Attorney available to help you by phone.  Once you get to the point of Power of Attorney, you are considered not able to make your own decisions.

     Why wait until it is too late?  You have the right to have things the you want it but you must act early.  The pricing is very reasonable. It is easy to fill out with no excuses for not having this done.  My New Years resolution this year is have this done, just in case!  With Texas last will and testaments, you can find all the help you need.