We all know that accidents are a part of life. Spilling coffee on clean clothes, missing a step and stumbling down the stairs, forgetting to lock the front door. While these are all frustrating blunders, they aren’t the end of the world. But what if someone you loved was in a car accident? What if this accident was the one to end it all? That would kind of be a big deal.
Planning for the end of your life is important. According to Forbes, approximately half of Americans over the age of 55 do not have a legal Will.1 Aware of this shocking statistic, author Edward M. Melillo took the opportunity to share his years of experience as an attorney in his new book, “The Individual’s Guidebook to Wills and Estates.”
The idea of writing something as official as a Will can be very intimidating, which is why many avoid the task. Written in easy-to-understand language, this guidebook is full of real-life examples, sample documents, and reference materials that are accessible to all.
While accidents cannot necessarily be avoided, they can at least be planned for. With the help of this book, you and your loved ones can feel ready for whatever may come your way. By protecting yourself and your loved ones now, you’ll be doing your part to protect future generations to come.
“The Individual’s Guidebook to Wills and Estates” is now available on Amazon
The Kindle edition is available for a limited time for $0.99!
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