Wills direct the distribution of your property after your death and appoint agents to serve as the personal representative (executor) of your estate and as the guardian of your children. Our typical will calls for the distribution of most of your assets to a revocable trust. As described below the trust contains the provisions that dispose of the property according to your wishes. Because each state has different statutory requirements for a will to be valid, you should always have your will drafted by an experienced estate planning attorney familiar with the requirements in your home state.
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