If you have not started preparing your will, it is past time to do so. By having a will in place, should you pass away, you will maintain control over what happens to your estate. For example, if you have a preference in regard to how your beneficiaries divide your property in Roswell, you should put it in writing. If you do not, a Georgia probate court will make the decision for you.
While you might be tempted to leave very detailed and precise instructions for every single asset and property you own, there are some things you should not include in your will.