Getting your will drafted and its location registered should be a top priority
Peachland, BC (PRWEB) August 28, 2009
Drafting wills can be a bit of an unpleasant subject. Not only does one have to consider the consequences of choosing beneficiaries, but worst of all, think about mortality. Because such thoughts are so difficult to sort out, it's quite possible that important details could slip through the cracks.
Bruce Letendre is the proprietor of http://www.WorldRegistryOfWills.com, a seven month old database website that urges people to prepare a will with a lawyer, and register the location of the will to ensure it can be found when needed.
"Getting your will drafted and its location registered should be a top priority," said Letendre. "It's most important for couples with families, but even those who aren't married or don't have children should draft a will."
Letendre's website allows these important documents to be added to a will database that is accessible in many countries around the world.
"Failure to make a clear and legal disposition of money, possessions and property, or failure to draft to draft a will at all is one of mankind's common faults," said Letendre. "This fact is declared year after year by numerous legal fraternities."
Some of Letendre's own tips will translate over to his newly launched blog at http://www.WorldRegistryOfWillsBlog.com.
Letendre plans for the blog to contain several bits of information regarding the importance of registering a will, as well as some of the other details to consider once one has decided to draft a will with their lawyer.
With the advancement of computer and web-based technologies, preserving information and sensitive materials has become much easier. However, it's still important to register the location of a will, as this is the best way for one to ensure their wishes are carried out upon passing. When a will is poorly drafted or the location isn't disclosed, often family and friends are forced to use hearsay to determine the deceased's final wishes.
About the Company:
World Registry of Wills is owned and operated by Bruce Letendre.