Before writing your will, start with your stuff
Many of my friends are grieving the loss of singer Prince. My generation grew up on Purple Rain and couldn’t imagine someday being thirtysomethings in 1999. For friends a decade older, Prince’s swift death at age 57 is a mortality check, a reminder to value our lives and loved ones.
Recently, we learned that Prince likely died intestate, that is, without a will. After reading articles such as this one, fans are wondering “Didn’t he have an attorney?” and “How could someone so wealthy not manage his legacy?” The truth is… Continue reading at The Valley Ledger