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You’ve worked hard to build your estate. As you plan for its transition, your will is one of your most essential tools.
If you don’t yet have one, now’s the time to start working with your attorney and family to direct how your estate will be administered and distributed.
Use your will to make provisions to meet your family’s present and future financial needs.
Potentially reduce or avoid estate taxes and help avoid delays and the added expense of intestacy proceedings.
Enjoy the well-being that comes with knowing your beneficiaries will be taken care of.
You’ll need to name an executor for your will – someone to administer your estate and distribute your assets.
Without a will, a state court can make decisions that may not line up with your wishes. A will allows you to:
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