By Paula Fielding |
August 9, 2013
Many people associate the writing of wills with resigning themselves to the fact that they don't have long left. In fact, drafting a will can be one of the most helpful things you can do to prepare for the inevitable and ensure your wishes are carried out as you'd like them to be. A living will is similar, except that it enables you to take an "advanced decision" in case you become unable to make important choices for yourself while you are still alive. This can not only provide you with great peace of mind, it can also help your loved ones make the necessary arrangements when the time comes.