Making your will is of vital importance.
It is, of course, essential for you to support your family and friends, however, you love and care for them is equally important after your departure.
Oftentimes we avoid making a will as it may correlate with the loss of life, or due to the lack of time or knowledge.
In fact, making a will can help the people you care for overcoming a hard time of your passing, you may designate how you wish your assets be allocated, make gifts to your intended family members and friends, you may even decide on your funeral arrangements and thus avoid the situation where your assets are divided by the court.
This is also a good chance for you to consider setting up testamentary trust to take care of your children, or appoint guardians for them.