The desire to get an unsavory task over with quickly can sometimes lead people to cut corners. That may not be the most pressing concern when scooping your cat litter, but when it comes to planning your estate or last will in Illinois, shortcuts can be a mistake that haunt your family for years to come.
You don't want to rush through and get things done as quickly as possible. Instead, you want the estate plan that you create to be as accurate and thorough as possible for your unique situation. In addition to the creation of a last will that outlines your asset allocation preferences, you should take steps to create a living will that protects you in the event of a severe illness or injury.