Until now, you may have viewed writing a will as something you’d get around to doing someday. But because of the vicious coronavirus, it’s time to treat writing a will as something every bit as important as washing your hands and using hand sanitizer, considering the potential consequences of not doing those things.

The pandemic is telling us: You need a will now more than ever.

Writing a will lets you decide who will inherit your assets when you die and, if you have minor children (ones younger than 18 in most states), who will raise them if you die and their other parent is deceased.

 

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Michael Monteforte, Jr.
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