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Tue Oct 6, 2015
Richardv asked:
Thu Nov 11, 2010
Rich Lee answered:

From my experience, you don't need a will. The question is: Do you want one? Without a will, the state will figure out who your property will belong to. With a will, you determine who your property goes to. You might want to go further and establish a trust if you want to spare whoever your inheritors the pain of going through probate.

Be sure to consult a local estate planning attorney for all the details.


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