Making a Will

We all know we're supposed to have a will--but most of us would rather clean out the basement, weed the garden, AND change the litter box rather than think about it. But if making a will has finally risen to the top of your to-do list, congratulations! You're taking an important step to take care of your family.

The good news is that for most people, making a will isn't difficult or expensive. Here are tips on where to start, when it's okay to do it yourself, and important provisions to include.


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