Understandably, many people don’t like to turn their mind to preparations in the event of their death. However, just as you would take out a home or car insurance policy against an unfortunate event, your Will is an important step in planning. Estate planning. Although we may not be able to control the event, we can plan to have some control over the outcome following. Think of it as responsible legal housekeeping. Why would you leave what happens to your assets and treasured possessions, attained over a lifetime, to chance? A professionally drafted Will that is appropriate to your particular circumstances can also save a lot of stress and heartache for your family and other loved ones left behind. Grieving the loss of a loved one is hard enough without the added difficulty of having to address that loved one’s legal affairs left in disarray.