A will is a document that follows certain formalities in which you express what should happen to your body and to your possessions after you die. Generally, a will must be witnessed by at least two adult witnesses before it's considered valid.
What It Covers:
Bodily remain wishes, and defines distribution for tangible personal property. Tangible personal property refers to items with no legal title. That is, no piece of paper proves who owns it. Tangible personal property includes clothing, jewelry, appliances, personal computers, and furniture. The exception is automobiles, which are also considered tangible personal property even though they have a legal title.
Note: Even if you are married, each individual will need to complete their own Will.
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Editing information entered for the Will:
Bodily Remain Wishes
Executor of Your Will
Specific Personal Gifts
Beneficiaries for Remaining Personal Property
Next Steps: Printing Your Will
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