View Full Version : your WILL be done?

20-02-2006, 10:03 PM
I never thought of this subject until I read todays' The Sun (http://www.sun2surf.com/article.cfm?id=13031) article. It was an eye opener and a pretty sobering thought that if anything were to happen to me, that my family can be left in a lurch... :eek: while waiting for the LA to be issued...

Gonna have to put some serious thought on this matter ~ God only knows'... when the lights re gonna go out [permanently!]

Any comments ?

21-02-2006, 12:22 AM
Well, writing a will or trust sounds like a good idea and of course, a huge sum of life insurance too to cover my loved ones, so as not to jeopardise my family's lifestyle and future.. I must be insured adequately. But can't write a will now..no money and no assets. Too darn young to begin with..but gimme another 2 years, my parents and siblings would be well covered.
And I have seriously thought of having my organs donated. Anyone has any clues to how I could go about it? Thank you.

But what if I were to die tomorrow? :o Hmm..I seriously don't know. But I would like to die in peace, have no enemies, hold no grudges, forgive and be forgiven. I would also wish for my loved ones to be strong, mourn and weep a little for me yes but to live their lives to the fullest. Thank you JM.

Mahatma Gandhi quotes “Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.”

21-02-2006, 12:22 AM
father in law left a building, his assets, share's undivided until today.... it's 12 years with all the sibling fighting for $$$$$, but doesn't make mother in law a wiser thinker to make decision fast enough ...

when more brother and sister grab for a pieces of pizza.... everybody want big pieces - got to fight to get more

this is a result when a WILL is not done over a family, if either party wanted more, someone would get less and felt not unfair..

I have a thought about someone who said " ..... to bring those infant to become adult, parents sacrifice from not getting what they want but when the adult growth up, they tell the old folk to save more so the money can be use on their new generation..... and seldom encourage parents to use the money as how they wanted to ... "

21-02-2006, 01:45 PM
Wow...this article was a real eye-opener. Thanks USJ27R.. :D

Need to sit down and discuss some stuff with my parents now. Matters that I basically took for granted as I am the only child, I thought it would not be such a problem.