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    A will is a document that a person can make to decide what happens to his or her property after death. It must be in writing and signed by the person making the will in the presence of two witnesses, who must also sign the will together. A will professionally prepared by one of our will lawyers can ensure those whom you nominate deal with your property how you want it to be. And that means your beneficiaries avoid unnecessary expenses required to fix an invalid will or defend against a family provision claim.
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