Sharing your will with your family

Do you have a will?

If you do, did you share it with your family? Do you think it wise to share/not share with your beneficiaries? COuld it cause a rift in the family? 

Liked this question? Tell your friends about it

3 Answers

Order by
Oldest to Newest
Newest to Oldest
Votes

We don't yet have a will, but when we do, we will inform those who are in it.

Live & Let Live

I have a will.  I share it with my wife.  We also have one in the event we both are dead

 We both know the contents.  

It would probably cause a rift if I mentioned the contents to my siblings, etc.  So they can wait until I pass away. 

<a href="" rel="nofollow" cl="http://thebrainofjaak.tumblr.com/" class="comlink">The Brain of Jaak</a>

I do have a will but I have never shared it with anyone in the family -- at least not its entirety. I may have shared a few portions but I've kept all the details in trust with my lawyer and executor. I think its better that way.

<a href="" rel="nofollow" cl="http://suspensionlift-kits-direct.com/" class="comlink">Suspension Lift Kits</a> <a href="" rel="nofollow" cl="http://power-steps-direct.com" class="comlink">Power Steps</a>

Related Questions

Other people asked questions on similar topics, check out the answers they received:

Asked: Join my family sprint plan

Join my family plan on sprint, family id code:f01775764yz?

Asked: Savings plan for self or family?

Do you feel the need to take a savings plan for self or family?

Asked: A Chester Family

1101 Upland St Chester PA. Does anyone know what happened to the DiPietro family that lived at this address in the 50's and 60's. They had one daughter any knowledge on her. I think their was a ...

More Questions

Is it disrespectful for the son-in-law to not invite the in-laws of his

Do you mean his wife's brothers, sisters and parents, who are his in-laws? Or do you mean his own brothers, sisters and parents, who are his wife's in-laws? I can understand if he wants his family to get together but not include her family. It may be that it would make too many people. Or maybe ...

How is matrimonial law different from family law

Family law has to do with families with children, and issues like child custody and visitation rights. Many family lawyers also deal in divorce and matrimony issues but also encompass children's family issues. Source: www.KoonsFuller.com

What rights do you have to a grandchild of a family member that disowns

None. Unless you have proof of abuse or something along those lines you are out of the picture. When the child grows and is of age then you can approach the child. I would suggest you continue to send cards on birthdays and holidays to the child, make copies of them, send gifts etc, keep ...

How can i find proof that i am on medicaid share ...

contact Society Security...they will help you