A valid will has to be in writing, requires each page to be initialed on each page and signed at the end, in the presence of two adult witnesses who must see one another initial and sign. A witness to a valid will may not be an heir. You can do your own will but […]
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Marriage Contracts
We do not realise – mom and dad are going to die. So are we. Our felt sense of reality does not include our own death. We doubt the one thing that is not open to any doubt at all. However, once we make ourselves aware of this inevitable truth, we can take steps to […]
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You are getting married! This is such an exciting time in anyone’s life, and with your whole future to look forward to it’s hard to think that anything could ever go wrong. Why should I take care of appointing the executor? You only need a will if you are at all concerned about those close to you […]
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