I'm considering making out a will. But because I don't trust lawyers in general. I've seen many different reason why not to. I fret about giving them my banking accounts numbers, my stock trade account numbers and all the password that go with them. I would like that if I pass on that even you guys would be notified and my account closed or continued by the son in law.
The trouble is my father and brother are way behind in this digital age. I even offered to give them a PC. But No was the answer. Thats Satans spider web.
My son in law is qualityfied on PC's as is his wife and my grand-daughter, Katelyn (16), who gets most of what I have. My daughter and her daughter (my younest grand-daughter, 6) get the majority of the rest with my father and brother getting what is left. But now my dead brother daughter who is German must be considered. I met her last night and will see her and her mom when they return from a trip to California. I told both to stay away from all Mikeyy's
So besides giving the numbers/passwords to them directly before hand, I find I have a dilemma.... TRUST! Even a on line site, and a new one at that scares me. So all I have right now is to live on
Any other suggestions?