Absolutely not! If you have minor children, you should have Will. If you own immovable property, you should have a Will. If you want to have control over where your assets go when you die, you should have a Will. If you have life insurance that would be left to your minor children, a Will with a trust should be considered.
Here are some things to consider: If you’re married, not all of your property may end up going to your spouse without a Will. If you are single and have no children, you may be surprised to learn that the law would make you siblings (including half-siblings) and your parents heirs. If you have no children, no spouse, no siblings and no parents, you heirs may be your aunts/uncles or cousins. If you would like a say-so over what happens to your property and assets, you need a Will.