Wednesday, July 12, 2006

Where there's a will, there's a way

(I think I'm beginning to be influenced too much by the headlines of the Dallas Morning News which ALWAYS, ALWAYS have to have some play on words no matter how serious the topic...)

Peanut's already one and we've been meaning to get around to it for just as many months - our wills.

Now, its just going to get done. Period. We're going to sit down and hash through all the details of what happens to sweet Peanut when we both die. Who will take care of her? What will happen to our "assets" (few and far between as they are)? Who will take care of our kitties? Not easy as it means reviewing the abilities and those lacking in our family members and friends to chose the right one.

If you can't/don't want to use a lawyer - there are many online services to help you out:
Legal Zoom
US Legal Forms

The same thought seems to be floating around in many minds in the blogosphere - like at Mia's blog where she writes about her plans much more eloquently and fluently than I do here (but, if I can just link to it, that makes it OK).

And just in case you weren't yet convinced you need one - check out the BabyCenter list of why you AND your spouse do.

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