In today’s world of social media and endless celebrations, it seems everything you can imagine has a designated day or week or month. And this month is no exception–it turns out it is “Make a Will Month.”
Curious as to its origins, I did some research to learn more about “Make a Will Month.” Surprisingly, there’s not much out there explaining how this joyous month came to pass. There also seems to be a healthy debate as to which month is the official month for wills. Nevertheless, we love a good reason to celebrate and are passionate everyone should have their affairs in order.
Sure, we get it; National “Make a Will Month” may not be as enticing as National Doughnut Day. But, we promise you will feel much better once you have an estate plan in place.
About the Author: Alejandro Pérez is a partner at Jaburg Wilk. Fully bilingual, Alejandro assists employers of all sizes with labor and employment law issues. In addition to representing clients in litigation, Alejandro provides advice and counsel on HR decisions; conducts sensitive workplace investigations; drafts and reviews employment policies, handbooks, and agreements; and trains workforces on a variety of aspects of employment law.
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