As you begin to think about getting your end-of-life affairs in order, you may focus a great deal on how you should distribute your assets. One of the most common ways individuals choose to carry out this task relates to creating a will. You can include a variety of information in this document, and it may help you cover many areas of your estate-planning needs.
While you may wish to lump all of your information in a will, it may work more in your favor and the favor of your surviving family to leave some information out of this document. The reason for this lack of inclusion may relate to assets already having distribution designations or to needing the information before the reading of the will.