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Wills: How To Store And How To Change


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Store your Will carefully. A legal, thorough, and challenge-proof Will is useless if it can't be found. 

Review your Will at least once a year - and whenever your life changes. Keeping your Will up-to-date is just as important to having your wishes carried out as are writing and executing it properly. An out-of-date Will can be even worse than no Will at all.

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