Drawing up a will is a gesture of commitment which allows you to assign your estate, big or small as it might be, to the best effect.
In Italy it is still unusual to draw up a will, surrounded with prejudice and superstition. But why leave it to the law to determine the future distribution of your property?
In Italy making a will is still unusual. Because of prejudice and superstition it is too often thought of as useless and expensive.
But drawing up a will is good for oneself and for one’s heirs, because writing down one’s wishes is an important gesture of commitment which allows you to assign your estate, big or small as it might be, to the best effect. It is not just taking care of one’s money and material goods. It’s a matter of safeguarding your family and putting into practice the things one has always believed in.
Besides, making a will is not just for wealthy people, it’s an important choice allowing everyone to decide the future of their personal estate. In fact for every estate there is a part that can be freely assigned to, for example, a dear person who would otherwise be excluded, or to a humanitarian organisation like Cesvi, continuing over time to improve the lives of people less fortunate and giving one’s children, grandchildren and future generations a fairer world to grow up and dream in.