Making sure one's estate is in order in the event of one's death is something that everyone should take the time to do. It certainly does not hurt to be prepared. When writing one's will, there is a lot to consider. A question some Texas residents may have when going through this process is whether there's anything that does not need to be included in a will?
A will covers a lot of ground. It is in this document that one can list beneficiaries and provide information about how assets are to be distributed to loved ones, friends and charities. As wills are not generally looked at until after a funeral takes place, it is not the place to give information about end-of-life care or funeral wishes.