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A Will is a written or oral communication by a person stating how they want their property disposed of after death. A will tells a person’s family or heirs and the courts how that person wanted to distribute his or her property. When you die without a will, the laws of the state where you reside will control the distribution of your assets and some of this may surprise you. The state may claim that some of your property if you have no heirs. If you have heirs, they may be forced to take property as a heir of your estate and pay sizable taxes in order to retain the property you had left for them. Additionally, the state will also decide on a suitable guardian for your children without any input from you if you do not so state in your will.

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Wills and Estates