Last Will and Testament
What is a Last Will and Testament?
A last will and testament is a legally-binding document in which an individual expresses his last wishes concerning the affairs and distribution of his estate.
How Does a Last Will and Testament Work?
An individual creates a will while still alive. A will indicates the manner in which the creator, or testator, wishes for his or her estate to be managed at the time of his or her death. A will may be of any length and typically includes the testator's signature, the signatures of two witnesses, and a named living executor responsible for ensuring the terms of the will are fulfilled in compliance with the judgments of a probate court. A will designated as an individual's last will and testament becomes the final authoritative document that overrides any and all other wills written previously.
Why Does a Last Will and Testament Matter?
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