Wills make enough sense to people with families or causes they want to support beyond their own lives. These important legal documents direct authorities on how a person's assets and resources are divided after death, as well as save time and effort in probate court with potential disputes between inheritors.
Divorce is always difficult, even if the partners have managed to rectify their emotional differences and decided that marriage isn't right for them. Time heals nearly all wounds, and people who get divorced often find themselves back on their feet before long. But marriage has a somewhat permanent aspect even after divorce if the partners are also parents.