Revised: 27 March 2020
I get it. I’m not a kid any more, and I’m supposed to be grown-up and ‘responsible’. It’s time to “put my affairs in order”.
Thinking about making a Will just isn’t fun. No-one wants to confront their own mortality. And talking to a lawyer is boring – and expensive – right?
Plus I’d have to take time-off work to drive across town to the lawyer’s office. Finding a carpark is always a pain. Plus we’ve now got these COVID-19 restrictions everywhere.
The whole thing is a hassle – and anyway I’m too young to need a Will. I don’t even have that much stuff to leave anyone – aren’t Wills just for gazillionaires or maybe for celebrities who have OD’d?
Who cares if I don’t have a Will – I won’t be here to give a rat’s – so let someone else sort it out after I’m gone.
Besides – I’m gonna spend it all before I go – so they can all just fight over nothing.
Only … I remember all the family stress when Aunty Rhonda died without a Will. Mum was hurt to think her own sister hadn’t cared for her enough to share with her, even after all they’d done for each other. And that shifty gold-digging “boyfriend” sure didn’t deserve to get the house.
I guess I’ve a got a bit saved in my super now, and that carries life-insurance too, now that I think of it. Geez – I’m probably worth more dead than alive!
I suppose I should write something down, just so my stuff doesn’t get nicked by the wrong people – or worse, just end up going to the government.
But I hear these horror stories where people have stuffed-up their home-made Wills by saying the wrong things, and it seems like then the whole litigation-circus just rolls into town, costing everyone a fortune to sort out the mess.
I guess if I am completely honest, I actually do want someone to help me get my affairs in order. I want my family to remember me fondly, and for them to benefit from all my work when I’ve finished enjoying my stuff.
Even if I do choose to make a Will, I don’t want to pay a fortune to some corporate-shark-lawyer so he can have a marble foyer in his high-rise office.
Really, what I want is a wish-list:
- A lawyer who really knows about Wills;
- The lawyer has to be down-to-earth – not some pretentious yuppy who talks down to me and uses big words to make them feel important.
- The lawyer has to come to me at my home or office, and offer appointments after work-hours if I prefer not to take time-off.
- The cost has to be reasonable – and fixed.
- And the whole thing needs to be quick and convenient, with a minimum of stress.
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