Planned Manswers: “Do I need a will or a trust?”
Your last words may be memorable, but if you really want your survivors to pay attention, have a lawyer put those words in your will. Tweet
Many famous people die with immortal words on their lips.
But the words they'll all remember start with something like, "To my idiot cousin Ralph, I leave all my..."
We love Google. We use it all the time.
But we also understand that, like a phone in your shoe, it has certain limitations.
After all, Google does about 3.8 million searches per minute for people around the globe. So while the results are almost always valid, often they’re not quite what you need.
That’s why we’re here to give you a “Planned Manswer” on setting up a will or trust—something we all should have but too few do. Planned Men don’t like with their heads in the sand with regards to their mortality.
Before you check out how we rate the week’s search below, here are our top four results and three essential takeaways from this search Google won’t tell you:
|Our Top Four Search Results:
And here are three things about creating a will and trust you won’t learn from this Google search:
One last note: PM’s Advertising Disclosure
When it comes to transparency, you can always count on us here at Planned Man to give it to you.
Here’s our policy on advertising and advertisers:
Our hope is that if PM does the homework for us all, you’ll click on the affiliated links that connect you to purchasing products. It’s a means of attaining happiness for all of us: you’ll enjoy the products you choose and we’ll eat. This is how we’ll cover the costs of answering our challenges at scale. Plus, you have our word: your choice will yield a value to you equal to or greater than its value to us.