Neil Gaiman posted about this in October of 2006, and asked people to pass it on. Typically, I just read his post this morning. But, since I think Neil Gaiman is brilliant, I’m complying.
Here is the link to his post, which contains a PDF download of a literary will drawn up by a lawyer. The lawyer was American, so folks from other countries would need to print it out and take it to a local lawyer and have it okayed or altered. That’s a good idea, anyway, since 2006 was a while ago by now and it’s best to be sure everything is watertight.
Thanks, Mr. Gaiman!
WRITING PROMPT: A character dies without a will. What surprising thing causes dissension?