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  • Should You Write a Will at a Young Age?
    Should You Write a Will at a Young Age?

    A common myth is that young adults do not need to draft a will. However, that couldn’t be further from the truth. You can (and should) draft a will as soon as you become a legal adult (i.e. turn 18 ...

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  • What Happens If You Die Without a Will in Georgia?
    What Happens If You Die Without a Will in Georgia?

    When you die without a will in Georgia, the state considers it an intestate death. Specific laws govern the estate. Your loved ones have no say in how the court determines everybody’s shares. The ...

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  • When to Update Your Will
    When to Update Your Will

    Most people write their first will when they get married or have a baby. You should, however, write your first will when you turn 18. Every adult should have a will , and they should update it when ...

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  • What Happens If I Don’t Have a Will?
    What Happens If I Don’t Have a Will?

    A last will and testament, commonly referred to simply as a will , is the most basic element of any estate plan. This document allows you to outline what you would like to happen with your assets when ...

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  • What is a Living Will?
    What is a Living Will?

    When a person dies, their will provides information about how their property will be distributed along with their other final wishes. However, a will may not only apply upon death. There is another ...

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  • Why a Will May be Contested, and What You Can Do About It
    Why a Will May be Contested, and What You Can Do About It

    When a will is completed, the terms of the document may not be set in stone. It is possible for interested parties to contest a will, which challenges the contents of the document. Although a person ...

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