From what I know about final wishes, it seems that the sooner you have them all organized, the easier it will be on your family after you are gone. There are way too many fights over this stuff, so I would exercise every precaution I could to avoid that after I am no longer here. That is why I advocate for good Austin estate planning beforehand.
This process involves getting all of your affairs together before you pass. It is typically handled by a lawyer who specializes in it. They will keep a written testament of what you will have and what you want done with them after you are gone. This can really help with making sure your loved ones get what you want them to have. There are numerous things that can go into this type of estate planning. The most common include property, finances, possessions, healthcare, and the like. For example, you may want your trust to go to one person, who will own a property of yours, and how much money you want distributed to each person or put aside for future generations.
This process is incredibly important. That is why I don't totally understand why more people don't do it. It can make things a little easier on your loved ones, even though you are gone.