Why do I need a will?
A Last Will and Testament is just that. It’s your last opportunity to establish who gets what, when, and how. It also gives you the opportunity to appoint the people that will be making the decisions in your estate administration. In addition, you can use it to eliminate certain necessities such as bond, which would reduce the cost of administrating your estate. You can also give powers to the personal representative so that they can administer your estate without seeking court permission.
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