A will is a written document that gives instructions on leaving your assets to those that you wish to leave them to. In your will, you specifically name individuals and list what you want them to have. Without one, your possessions, money, land, and other things can be left to someone you didn’t approve of. Most people underestimate the worth of their estate and overestimate the ability of others to handle it. It can be troublesome for others to deal with. Aside from the financial aspect of a will, choosing how you’d like to be buried can be spelled out specifically.