What should you address in addition to the terms of your will?
In addition to the terms of your will, you should also consider the ownership structure of your assets. As well as any contracts that may designate beneficiary of certain accounts. If you own assets jointly with right of survivorship with other people, that would trump the terms of your will. Also, beneficiary designations in contract law would implicate who gets the asset over the terms of your will.
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