The purpose of a Last Will is to leave clear instructions on how to transfer your assets and finances to your family and friends. This speeds up the succession process, reduces confusion for the executor of your estate, and makes your final wishes known. A last will is an estate planning document that explains what you want to happen to your property at the time of your death. Your will provides all the essential and necessary details of who will inherit your assets.
A will and will, also known as a will, is a legal document that expresses your final wishes in the probate court when you die. They allow you to leave your assets to the heirs, as well as to the guardians of the name of minor dependents. Probate courts will use your last will and will when closing your estate.