List all the assets and liabilities you have.
Divide the assets and mention who will get what.
Turn the paper into a Will with the signatures of at least two witnesses and authenticate it in a court.
Designate an executor to oversee the administration of your estate.
Designate someone you trust to make medical decisions on your behalf if you are unable to do so.
Consider setting up a trust to manage and distribute assets more efficiently.
Keep your estate planning documents, financial records, and personal information in a secure and easily accessible place.
Consider including provisions for charitable donations in your estate plan if you have philanthropic goals.