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- A will allows you to leave your property, including your home and bank accounts, to those you choose, including your spouse, partner, children, relatives, friends, organizations or charities;
A will enables you to appoint a particular individual to administer your Estate, and to ensure that all of your wishes are carried out;
- A will enables you to appoint a personal guardian for your children;
- A will enables you to disinherit specific people whom you do not wish to share in your property (subject to certain restriction which vary according to your state of residence);
- A will helps you ensure that upon your death, there will be an orderly, clear handling of your legal and financial affairs, and reduces the risk of
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- If you choose to prepare a living will, you can set forth your desires
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