Why should I have a Will and what happens if I don’t make one?

Without a Will, state law determines how your property is distributed—who gets what. A Will allows you to make different choices from the state law, and to specify how you want your property divided after your death (for example, bank accounts, cars, jewelry, or furniture). You also may name the person you trust to handle your affairs after your death. Additionally, a Will is one of the best ways to make special financial and care provisions for your children and others who depend on you. 

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