Wills for Military Veterans in Minnesota are much easier to write when the Veteran is alive.
Unfortunately, veterans who pass without a will introduce a different challenge. Lets skip past these challenges and get straight to the point. Why having a will before you deploy is a must.
Wills for Military Veterans: Reasons
Whether you are an E-2 or an O-8, here are a handful of reasons why you need to jump on this process:
- To identify a specific person as a guardian for a child.
- You love your spouse.
- You dislike an ex.
- Your spouse, parent, sibling or friend would make a better personal representative than a creditor.
- Dividing up your bank accounts and property amongst your family becomes much easier.
- In case your significant other is pregnant.
- Your children are depending on you.
- Reduce Probate Problems.
Seems straight forward, right? If you want to get fancy, having a will that pours into a revocable trust is even better because it helps reduce probate all together.
Wills for Military Veterans: Supporting Documents
If my last paragraph doesn’t make sense, no worries. Call me and we can talk it through together.
Going forward, here are a few other documents current and past Military Veterans should check out: