My first thought this morning was that someone had replaced my joints with a box of Rice Krispies. Every part of my body snapped, cracked, and popped after yesterday’s adventure.
But at least I got the front yard mowed.
I may not feel like moving from this spot but I still had stuff to get done. While I’ve accomplished a lot towards my 2019 goals, there is one area I’ve barely touched:
I went online, revisiting the websites I’d trolled earlier. I located some examples along with a form where one writes out their funeral desires and printed it out.
In the next few weeks I’ll sort through the data, design the legalese, and concoct the paper that will serve as my Last Will and Testament until this cheapskate decides she can afford to have an attorney work up a better one. Once that is done I’ll round up a couple of friends and track down a Notary to make it legal.
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We just used LegalZoom to finally write our wills. It’s kind of like Turbo Tax for legal documents in that it walks you right through the steps needed.
I’ve used Nolo’s Quick & Legal Will Book. You could check your library for that book or their Simple will book.
Thanks for the tip, Josh! I will definitely look for that!
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