I don't have much to deal with but I certainly don't want her to have problems to deal with when I'm done. We're in Florida.
BTW--this will not be her only Christmas present, but I DO plan to wrap it in a large box with a huge bow. Or maybe I'll put it at the end of a scavenger hunt.
I once had to introduce an Elder Attorney at a church dinner. I did that by remembering the Bible text where Jesus, on the cross, provided for his mother. I told the group that if they wanted to make sure they had done all they could to provide for their loved ones, then they needed to be sure they understood the laws here in Florida. (Most were snowbirds, having homes up north, and in Florida).
But even so, I have definitely dragged my feet to take care of my own Will, POA, etc. My sister asked me why that was yesterday. I still don't have that answer, but I'm going Tuesday all the same!! Sometimes it takes something as ludicrous as the idea of a Last Will and Testament being a Christmas Present.