“Every person should have a last will and testimony so that the people who are left behind when they pass on are clear on how they want their assets distributed. These last will forms are often filled out by attorneys who are experienced in the process so that nothing is left out or left to guessing when the person dies. The last will forms will need to be updated from time to time throughout the person’s life as things change. Often a person will make the will in his twenties when he gets his first job after college, embarking on a career for the first time. As he moves into his thirties, he will have more assets and will also often get married and have children, which will need to change the status of his will.
Children and Spouses