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When you were younger and had no dependants and fewer assets, you may not have taken the time to write your Will. But now, with more people counting on you, having the right insurance, an up-to-date Will and other protection is essential in the event that you should die prematurely or become incapacitated by an illness or injury.
We've created this section to help give you a general overview of Wills and other protection and why making a Will should be an important part of your family's financial plan.
Our Will Planning Guide is a straightforward tool you can use to get a head start before meeting with a legal advisor to write your Will.
Please keep in mind that this information on Wills is in no way complete. It is simply an overview and does not deal with many of the legal issues involved in creating a Will. This content does not replace the need to contact your professional advisors, such as your lawyer, notary or other qualified advisor.