What is a Will?
A Will is a legal document by which a living person states their desires for the disposal of their property upon death. Without such a document, the state laws of intestate succession control and court-supervised administration may occur. A valid Will allows a person to communicate specific decisions about their assets, which in turn can help avoid family arguments and potentially reduce the costs associated with settling the estate.
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