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I'm thinking about writing my Will any advice?

I'm thinking about writing my Will any advice? Topic: Advice about writing a will
May 25, 2019 / By Darrell
Question: i'm 26 and in generally good health; however I recently almost died when I was misdiagnosed by a doctor (I was told I had Gestational Diabetes but it turned out I was hypoglycemic) it got me thinking that even though i'm 26 I should still have a Will and perhaps a living Will as well, how do I go about doing this? I need real suggestions. Read below for additional info about me, that might help you in your advice. I'm 26 I have no history of chronic illnesses however I was diagnosed with PTSDI have 2 children and a third child on the way I do not own any property but plan on opening a small business with my husband in about 2 years. I have about $1400 in debt (nothing substantial) What do I need/how do I go about arrangements for my children if I dead.
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Baal-Zebub Baal-Zebub | 10 days ago
I wrote my will as soon as my first child was born (I was 21). It's not expensive and any competent lawyer can cover any specifics. In our case, we specifically wanted to appoint guardians for our children in case of our untimely deaths. Just do it now, you can change it any time.
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As a married woman I have changed my name ... but that is pretty much expected so it doesn't apply much to your case. But my take on it is that you don't need to have a long drawn out reason to change your name, it is good enough for me that you want to do it. You can always tell your family that you are doing it to improve your chances in the job market .. people with easy to handle names have been shown to get promotions and such more often with easy names. That the decision to change your name has nothing to do with them. Honestly the US has a long history with people changing their names I personally don't see why others get so hung up on them. When I got married I saw it as a great thing because my name went from 8 letters down to 5 and it fits better in the little lines on all the forms everyone wants me to fill out.
Baal-Zebub Originally Answered: Thinking about legally changing my name. any advice?
If you are 26 years old, and still worrying about it go ahead and change your name. If you were still a child I'd say wait and think about it. I'm sure your parents have experienced the same problems as you in regards to the pronunciation of your last name. Go ahead and end your misery and change your last name! Since you are already a major disgrace to your family I doubt changing your last name will make a difference. If your family loves you, disgrace and all, they will continue to love you even if you change your name. Good luck to you.

Baal-Zebub Originally Answered: Thinking of joining the military would like advice?
My name is Staff Sergeant B and I'm a recruiter with the National Guard. I'm often asked to speak on TV and radio for my military/recruiter insight. I produced a few videos on my Youtube channel that may be of some assistance to you, here's the link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XNkFm5g20Rk I'll try my best to answer your questions, 1. Military service has been the one pivotal factor in shaping who I am as a whole person. I've learned that I can do anything I put my mind to. One the going gets tough in civilian life (I had a military break for a few years where I was not a military member but a civilian), I fall back on my military experience and realize that whatever the civilian world throws my way, I can overcome it. Military service also has an amazing way of making you realize that you are an integral part of the fabric of America. The honor and privilege of serving is something that energizes the spirit and is something that very few Americans will ever experience, at least from a military standpoint. 2. Check out my Youtube channel, IGuardCalifornia. I have over 300 videos on subjects ranging from Things to ask a military recruiter, to MEPS experiences and everything else in between. 3. I tell my recruits to concentrate on cardio (lots and lots of running), push up (diamonds, close grip, wide, elevated), sits ups of all variations. You also don't want to injure yourself before you enlist, doing so would surely affect your possibility of shipping off and could even put you out of the game if it were a bad enough injury. 4. Yes, you can get married. 5. Visit all the branches and see what each offers. Don't allow the recruiter to pressure you, always be ready to walk. Take the ASVAB but don't believe that you have to join the branch that tested you. Once you've found a good recruiter, stick with that one and don't continue to shop around. Confirm everything the recruiter tells you via the web, family and friends. Take a trusted friend/family member with you to initial appt. Take notes at the initial appt. Have questions written down before your initial appt. If your recruiter bad mouths other branches, that demonstrates the caliber of recruiter he truly is, we are professionals and we should never talk down about our sister services. This is the best advice I can give you and I also give this advice to all my recruits. Good luck in your military service. Thank you for being one of the 1% of Americans who serve at any given time. Staff Sergeant B National Guard Recruiter www.IGuardCalifornia.com
Baal-Zebub Originally Answered: Thinking of joining the military would like advice?
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Baal-Zebub Originally Answered: Thinking of joining the military would like advice?
you have a great number of possibilities that others that have not served in the armed forces than being a civilian. i'd desire to pass on all day approximately what variety issues you could desire to do different than your job. particularly in the army. you will prepare and paintings on your job which you signed up for. you have the prospect to get promoted swifter than the different branch. Ranks from PVT to SPC will come computerized as long as you do your job above and previous and don't get into any difficulty. as long as you qualify for the job, you mustn't have any issues getting what you prefer. SSG Schramm US military 15 years OIF 2003 US military Recruiter 3 years working

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