of Last Instructions. Inventory what you own, including items of sentimental
value, and write a letter of last instructions telling heirs who gets what
items. Sign and date the form. It is not necessary to have it witnessed, but
you can if you wish.
Criteria. Assume you have children and wish to identify a guardian for them in
the event you die before they are adults. Make a list of criteria you and a
significant other might consider when making such a decision.