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Guide to Making Your Will

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Perhaps the whole thing seems too time-consuming, difficult or even mysterious. To overcome these obstacles, review this helpful guide that gives clear answers to the questions you may have. What Happens if You Do Not Have a Will? If you die without a will, your estate will be divided according to laws in the state where you live. The resulting transfer of assets may be very different from what you had wished. While certain family members will likely receive part of your estate, close friends or charities that you may have wanted to remember will not be included. What Can You Put in Your Will? Only you know the special circumstances of your family members and heirs. That is why it is important to discuss these factors with your ★ Call Us Today (800) 449-1776 Visit Our Website plannedgiving.dar.org A Guide to Making Your Will Direct Your Assets to the People and Causes You Care About Most Making a will is an important way to extend your love, care, generosity and gratitude to family and friends. It is also an excellent way to follow in your patriot's footsteps and create a lasting legacy of your own with NSDAR . So why have 60 percent of U.S. adults living in households with children not created a will?

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