In a pandemic, with the future uncertain and anxiety running high, making a will should be on your mind — yet up to 60% of Americans do not have a will, according to a summary of the situation by LegalZoom. It's the best way to ensure loved ones inherit what you want them to and give them time to grieve without being burdened by chaos and estate disputes; many call it the last loving act you can perform for family and friends. Creating a will must be done carefully so it is easy to follow and legally valid, allowing for your wishes to be carried out. We can help avoid some common mistakes.
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