Don't have a will? 10 common but misguided excuses

Although making a will might seem like a big task—it isn't. A will is simple and straightforward, and something that everyone should have. Yet, many people don't. And why not? Read on for the 10 most common excuses along with some common sense tips to help overcome them.

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Heleigh Bostwick

by Heleigh Bostwick

Heleigh Bostwick has been writing for LegalZoom since 2006, touching on topics as diverse as estate planning and kids...

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Updated on: April 22, 2024 · 5 min read


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