The Two Forms of Wills

by M-Gillies

Writing a will is important at any age in your life.

The idea of writing a will seems like a burdensome task, with consistent updates and revisions each time your life experiences financial gains or investments, or an increase in size with family – and while some of us will live to ripe ages of elder hood, the threat of the unforeseeable is always omnipresent.

Making a will, even when in young adulthood is an important part of every person’s life. It is an ease to family members, saving them from having to go through the legalities of sorting through one’s estate. And while making a will may seem like trivial task, it can be done quickly and easily, in some case, costing no more than $20.

However, when writing a will, it is important to decide upon which kind of will you will be using, and depending on the laws in your jurisdiction, you may not be permitted to submit a certain will.

The following is a list of some of the different forms of wills you can write:

* Conditional Wills;

* Electronic Wills;

* Mystic, Secret, Sealed or Closed Wills;

* Mirror Wills;

* Reciprocal Wills;

* Holographic Wills;

* Oral Wills;

* Notarial Wills;

* Statutory Wills; and

* International Wills

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