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By Making a Legal Living Last Will and Testament Document
Illustration I: Bill and Nancy are a childless couple. Their closest relative in the family is a nephew of Bill's whom they haven't seen in a few years and never did like. They own a house (worth $200,000), a car ($9,000) and household furniture worth about $15,000. Bill also has taken out a $50,000 life insurance policy payable to his estate. He has no Will, and doesn't think he needs one. When Bill dies, Nancy will get the house, furniture, car and about $5,000. The nephew will get $55,000. This is how the state law would divide the property in the absence of a Will.
Illustration II: John, too, never gave a thought to making a Last Will and Testament partly because he knew that under the laws of his state, in the absence of a Will document, his living family would inherit everything he owned upon his death. So when he died, the court gave his wife, Helen, one-third of the estate and the children got the rest. But this created a problem for Helen. The children were minor, so their share of the property became the concern of the court. Every time Helen wanted to do something with it, she had to get court's approval, and then she had to make an accounting to the court. This definitely was not what John had in mind.
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Did you know that if you don't have a Will, your possessions could go to someone you don't even know? It's a fact.
If you die without a Legal Will, the State (in the form of lawyers, judges and an impersonal court system) steps in and decides who gets your assets. The division of your assets is done, not according to your wishes, but strictly according to a mathematical formula.
The State also decides who'll administer your estate, how much he will be paid, and how he will be bonded. If you've any minor children, the court may be required to appoint a guardian. All these costs - in-eluding court costs and lawyers' fees - come out of your estate.
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At the heart of the document, there are twelve, standard, all-inclusive formal Will forms. You select the one that best fits your situation and desires. You need to do nothing more than fill in the blank spaces on the forms. These Wills are legal in all fifty states.
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