The Washington Post: “Don’t have a will? Then let me ask you this: Do you love your family? Because, if you love and care about them and want to minimize the drama that you may leave after you die, you would get a will. And I don’t mean something done on the computer that you sign and stuff in a folder. Actually, you have a will, just not one that you created. If you die “intestate,” meaning without having a legal will, state laws dictate how your assets will be distributed. Here’s a link on Nolo.com where you can see, according to your state’s law, who is entitled to your assets if you die without creating a will.”
What happens if you die without a will? You might leave a hot mess behind.
By On the Net|2018-09-12T14:33:52-07:00September 12th, 2018|
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