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b : a disposition to act according to principles or ends. c : the collective desire of a group the will of the people. 5 : the power of control over one's own actions or emotions a man of iron will.What are the provisions of a will?
A will generally includes: 1 Designation of an executor, who carries out the provisions of the will. 2 Beneficiaries—those who are inheriting the assets. 3 Instructions for how and when the beneficiaries will receive the assets. 4 Guardians for any minor children. More ...What are the benefits of having a will?
You can decide who gets what and how much. You can keep your assets out of the hands of people you don't want to have them (like an estranged relative). You can identify who should care for your children. Without a will, the courts will decide. Your heirs will have a faster and easier time getting access to your assets.What is the difference between a living will and last will?
A Living Will is directed towards your health care preferences if and when you become mentally incapacitated. It allows you to appoint a Health Care Proxy who will then carry out your health care preferences. A Last Will and Testament is legally enforced after your death which deals with the transfer of your assets and personal property.