How to Make a Will
Many people jump onto the Internet wanting to know how to make
a will. But, jumping will not get it done, my friend.
You'll need to dive into the process of how to make a legally
binding will (and perhaps suffer some angina along the way). And
I will tell you right here and now how to do it.
What you'll need:
4. MS Word
6. Lifestyle Attorney
7. Conscious decision-making skills
8. Box of shotgun shells
On your computer, open up MS Word. Type your name at the top
along with the words "Power of Attorney". Jam paper
and pen into your printer. Jam your lifestyle attorney in there
too along with your conscious decision-making skills. And as far
as the shotgun shells, don't do it. Just don't do it!
Okay, now in some foreign countries you can marry a person my
simply throwing poop on their shoes and saying "I marry thee".
Yes, I want to go there someday, too. Now, in these same far-flung,
farfetched, far out, far far away, Jamie Farr, Farrah Fawcett
countries they also have a way to create a will that is simple,
effective and legally binding.
It involves finding the local judge, throwing poop on his shoes
and saying "I marry thee."
So, now for a frame of reference I thought you may like to know
some famous wills.
Add together rap music, Fresh Prince of Bel Air and Hitch - Will
Combine a different prince plus Wallace and Gromit teeth - Prince
Combine black eyed peas, hip hop and ADHD - Will.I.AM
Combine a playwright, a fortnight and gay rights - Will Shakespeare
Add together a devil in a blue dress, outrageous lipstick and
a famous denial - Will Clinton
What you'll need to put on paper
for your last will and tenement
||1. Title the document "Power
2. Declaration of Independence to the Universal States of
3. Name an Executor (Attila the Hun, Jesse James, the Terminator)
4. Name a Guardian News Organization
5. Name Fiduciary Beneficiaries Benefactors Benefitters Urban
6. Detail your fat assets
7. Write specific bequests, requests, and Jonny Quests
8. Funnel arrangements
9. Your John Hancock or Martin Short, whichever you prefer
10. Witnesses stamp of disapproval and condescension
Now that you know, how to make a Will, our next episode will
feature how to make a Grace.