Practice typing a living will online by following this simple lay out below.
It is good to know how to type a Will or other legal documents. Doing so can assist us and others to to type one when there is a need. One should not underestimate putting decisions in writing and understanding how to lay it out.
There are many advantages:
People die at any time there is no fixed time and many times they never made out a Will. They believe that they are too young still and are in good health.
There are also times when one has to go legal especially in agreeing on a matter whether it be business partners, money lending or agreeing to do something for someone.
It does not cost much if you know how to la it out.
Below is a simple layout of a Will for you to pay careful attention to.
LAST WILL OF (Full Name of Person in Caps)
I (Name of Person in Caps) of (Address of person) in the County of (Area where he/she lives) HEREBY REVOKE all former wills and testamentary dispositions heretofore made by me and DECLARE this to be my last WILL
1. I APPOINT (Name of Person or Company or State) of (Address of person, company or state) in the County of (Area this person, company or state is located) to be the EXECUTOR and TRUSTEE of this my last WILL
2. I BEQUEATH to my (name of person in Caps) the (if monies mention amount in Caps)
3. I GIVE DEVISE AND BEQUEATH all my estate and effects whatsoever and wheresoever subject to the payment thereout of my just debts funeral an testamentary expenses unto my (state person eg. wife) the said (name of person) absolutely
4 I DIRECT that my body shall be (mention whether buried or cremated) and that the ashes (if cremated) be scattered wheresoever my (mention person eg. wife) shall direct
IN WITNESS whereof I have hereunto set my hand
SIGNED by the said (owner of this will full name in caps)
as and for his last Will and Testament) in our joint presence and by us in his)
After you practice typing the above Will you should also get acquainted with the legal terms mentioned. Do not forget when to use capital letters. Never make mistakes in spelling. Proof read over and over to make sure each word is spell correctly. Delete any errors immediately and type the right word.
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