A Will DOES NOT control “non-probate property” such as life insurance, retirement accounts, jointly owned property, etc.
Make sure your beneficiaries are up to date on those documents.
A Will DOES NOT convey power of attorney while you are alive.
If you become sick or incapacitated and you would like someone to take care of your bills, financial accounts, etc., you would need to get a power of attorney. Your Will only covers you when you are gone, NOT before.
Keep in mind, we ARE NOT Will specialists or attorneys and in some states creating a video alone does not substitute a written Will but recording your already written Will IS acceptable. If you haven’t already written your Will, we recommend that you research specific information about how to write your Will in your city and state or consult with an Attorney that specializes in estate planning.