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Making a will

Making a valid will is the only way people can be sure that their property will be distributed according to their wishes. Even if the statutory order (see If there is no will) exactly describes the way a person wants their property distributed, the estate will usually be dealt with more quickly and cheaply if there is a will.

Making a will  :  Last Revised: Tue Jan 7th 2020
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