Table of contentsInformation and execution of the stator, The executor and his powers, Guardianship of dependents, Disposition of assets. You should always list the powers you want your executor and trustee to have. If you do not list these powers, the simplest tasks, such as selling your house, will not be easily carried out. A last will and a will and a power of attorney are two of the most common legal documents that authorize another person to take control of their affairs.
Because these documents serve very different functions, even when they come into effect under different circumstances, a power of attorney does not annul a will. A simple will is defined as a legal document used to distribute your assets after you die. This is the most common type of will. It involves writing down your wishes to make your post-life distribution plan clear to those who stay to honor you.
Assets such as bank accounts, real estate and shares can be transferred to the beneficiaries listed in the will. If you have a complex estate or want to leave money to a charity, you should consider creating a will with more components. A necessary component of every will is the identification of a trusted person to ensure that the terms of your will are met. A necessary component of every will is the identification of a trusted person to ensure that the terms of your will are met.