While many people resist drafting a will because the activity requires them to contemplate life after they are gone, most of them feel relief after completing the task. Creating a will can provide peace of mind for testators and family members because it divides assets and assigns them to beneficiaries. If written well, a will efficiently streamlines the probate process and allows grieving family members to focus on healing after a loved one's death.
The majority of Americans work hard to contribute to the national workforce and have done so for many years. Many workers would continue to work hard to provide for themselves and their loved ones, but their disabilities prevent them from working any longer. It is in situations like these that a worker should consider applying for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI).