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Wills Are Not Just For Large Estates

Published November 24, 2008

Many people forgo drafting a will because they think that Wills are only necessary for people who have large estates to divide. This is a mistake for a couple of reasons. First, most people are worth more than they realize. Once you add up your assets, home, vehicle(s), jewelry, any investments or savings accounts, you may be surprised at how much you have to leave to your family.

Also, while some possessions may not have great market value, they do have substantial sentimental value. These are items that you will want to keep in your family. Drafting a Will can save your family a lot of future heartache, and you can be assured that your wishes will be carried out without unnecessary difficulties.

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