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There’s nothing funny about making a will. The idea of it seems so depressing and well, final. So sometimes, you have to laugh.
A lot of us put it off until it’s too late. Why do we put off making a simple document that will make our family’s lives easier?
I can tell you that. Because it scary to think about death and dying, especially when we’re in our 20s and 30’s. But making a will isn’t just for parents and grandparents. It’s for writers, artists, aunts, uncles, and anyone who cares about where their money, stuff, and legacy is handled after they’re gone.
Let’s not get grim about it. Let’s get real. Let’s laugh about it.
She dismisses my superstitions and tells me to make a will and get my afterlife together.
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