humorous online book.
Will Power puts you in the driver's
Since so much depends on your specific objectives and situation, the best we can do here is to define a few of the terms and concepts to inspire your thinking.
One thing is certain, a little Will Power
combined with a hefty dash of imagination can go a very long way!
The good news is that anyone named in a will needs to take what they get.
Think soiled diapers, dentures, bad pets,
expired luncheon meats, maybe even your own hospital bed if things don't go
exactly as planned.
If you concoct even a fairly believable story (and falsify just a few key documents), the probate court parking lot fees alone can drive your successors to the poor house! You might print up some bogus deeds, creative a treasure map, bury all your costume jewelry along with a few of your penny collections, and make your will a treasure hunt of sorts. Since you won't be around for questioning, you can leave a series of will location clues in remote locations around the country, even on different continents. It's fun to go thinking that those greedy $#@%^*%# you truly didn't care for will expend all of their funds traipsing around the globe, only to ultimately discover you gave every last dime to charity.
It's amazing what crazy things friends, relatives, ex's, even co-workers and former business partners will do to get their grubby hands on your hard-earned cash and belongings, so also don't forget the stipulations available to you.
A stipulation is legally defined as an
agreement or concession made by parties in a judicial proceeding. Yes, wills
are judicial proceedings (upon request). Think of a stipulation as a
restriction that is insisted upon as a condition for an agreement. Hmmm,
that has possibilities!
Take care of the property and zone out.
If you're ready to draft, see Last Will & Testament
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