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Making a will seems simple enough, however, there are many things that must be considered in estate planning. It is important to have an experienced attorney review your situation to ensure that what you think is going to happen will.
People often think that because their Last Will and Testament bequeaths everything they own to a certain person or persons that their wishes will be granted, when in fact, often there is nothing to probate upon their death due to all assets being held joint and survivor or having transfer or payable on death affidavits set up.
Having all of your assets set up to pass directly may be desirable, but it is important to understand how everything works. Wills are inexpensive and worth a trip to an attorney.