What Happens If I Don’t Have A Will?

If you don’t have a will, you die intestate. Dying intestate can be unnecessarily costly for your heirs and leave you with no specific say about who receives your assets or in what proportion those assets will be distributed. If…

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When Does A Will Go Into Effect?

Contrary to popular belief, in most jurisdictions, a will does not serve its purpose until your death and until after it is filed with and accepted by a court. Other legal documents, such as Power of Attorney or a living…

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How Do I Get A Will?

When you are ready to prepare a will, compile a list of your assets and debts. Be sure to include bank and stock accounts, the contents of safe deposit boxes, items of sentimental value, family heirlooms and other assets that…

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What Is A Will?

A will is a legal document that enables you to control what happens to your assets after you are deceased. Creating a will gives you sole discretion over the distribution of your assets. It allows you to decide how your…

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