100% Mortality Rate
Cam asks if it's unreasonable to ask her 76-year-old husband to make a will. His rationale of why he doesn't want to do it gets Dave laughing out loud.
QUESTION: Cam in Georgia asks if it’s unreasonable to ask her 76-year-old husband to make a will. His rationale of why he doesn’t want to do it gets Dave laughing out loud.
ANSWER: No. He’s too old to be that full of crap. Wills aren’t recognized in Georgia? Where’d he come up with that? At the beer joint? Where is he practicing law? Seriously. That’s hilarious.
The wills you did in Florida aren’t recognized in Georgia, but you do need a will if you live anywhere—period. If you don’t have a will, you have to go through court and all kinds of crap, and it takes months and months and months if you’re not smart enough to do a $19 will. Go to uslegalforms.com/dave. It costs almost nothing to do a will.
I’ve got to tell you—listen—all of you, listen—you need a will. “I might die if I do a will!” You’re going to die. Human beings have a 100% mortality rate. You ain’t getting out of this alive. You need a will. You need a full estate plan. You need to have all instructions done. You need to have everything laid out, exactly what’s going to happen when you perish—when you leave this earth. It’s that simple. You need a written will. You need a written will.