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July 11th, 2011

What is a Statutory Will?

(Estate Planners) - One of the simplest wills is the statutory will. The statutory will is a standard legal form that a testator (person making a will) completes by filling in particular information and checking boxes. The statutory will is binding and considering legally valid in only a handful of states, so simply downloading and printing a statutory will form and then filling it out certainly gives no guarantees that it will ever be accepted in the jurisdiction where you live, unless you have checked to be sure that your state recognizes such a form.

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November 22nd, 2010

Taking Inventory of Your Assets

(Estate Planners) - When making out a last will and testament, inventorying your assets is unavoidable. Using a form to account for what you have is certainly the easiest approach, but including all of your assets in your will is necessary to make sure that everything that you own is accounted for and distributed according to your wishes.

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