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Protect Your Family With a Will

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Do I Need a Will?

A last will and testament makes it easier to distribute property after your death, assign guardians for minor children, and ensure your friends and family honor your final wishes.

Anyone over the age of 18 should draft a will. Many people believe they do not need a will because they do not have many assets, but that is not the case. You likely own assets that you have not considered because they seem ordinary. Bank accounts, cars, homes, jewelry, and furnishings are all assets.

When you die intestate (without a will), the court decides how to distribute this property. It also appoints an executor (the one tasked with handling your assets) and guardians for your children. The probate court makes these determinations based on your state's intestacy statutes, not based on your preferences.

A will is a better-safe-than-sorry situation. It is better to create a known distribution plan through a will than hope it all somehow works out with the court.

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