Upon the death of a family member or friend, there are many details to see in a short time. The emotions surrounding the loss make level-headed decisions difficult, and once the funeral is over, there are many financial and legal tasks that must be dealt with. A letter of instruction can provide valuable assistance for surviving family members who are navigating this process, but many people do not know about or use these tools.

Who will handle all of these tasks and obligations, and how will they make decisions regarding their loved one’s estate? A will addresses both of these concerns, but a family cannot follow the instructions it contains if the document cannot be found. Understanding the significance of a will and how to locate one is crucial to completing the probate process in accordance with a loved one's wishes.

To learn more about why a will is important keep reading this article here.

Michael Monteforte, Jr.
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