Wills & Estates
Every adult should arrange for a Will to be properly prepared,
executed and witnessed.  These documents should be reviewed on a
regular basis, particularly if there has been a change in marital status:  
divorce does not render a Will void, while marriage does.

In addition to appointing an Executor, a Trustee and a Guardian for
your children, a Will outlines the ways in which your assets are to be
disposed, and how debts and estate expenses are to be managed.  A
Will can provide for specific bequests of either a personal or charitable
nature.

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