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Nearly 50% of people today do not have a will. 

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Protect Your Future

The future is uncertain, but you can be prepared by taking the first step in ensuring that you determine what happens to it.

Protect Your Property

You have spent your life accumulating assets that are important to you. Make sure they are passed on accordingly to your loved ones. 

Protect Your Family

Nothing more important than making sure your loved ones are taken care of. Know your children are in good hands by assigning guardians.

You may need a Last Will & Testament if:

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  1. You'd like your property, including Digital Assets, distributed according to your wishes after your death.
  2. You'd like to list the people or organizations that will receive your property after your death.
  3. You'd like to list the person or group who will carry out the terms of the Last Will.
  4. You'd like to name who's responsible for minor children if their other parent is unable to take care of them
  5. Digital assets: A last will and testament can help you pass along many computer and Internet-related property, including online accounts or digital files. Other examples of digital assets include email accounts, blogs, social-networking websites, online backup services, photo and document sharing websites, business accounts, domain names, virtual property and computer files.

The author, the publisher and the vendor of these forms makes no representations or warranties regarding the outcome or the use to which these forms are put and are not assuming any liability for any claims, losses, or damages arising out of the use of these forms. The user should not rely on the author or the publisher of these forms for any professional advice. Always consult with a lawyer regarding the rules and regulations governing your residing state/province. The information provided is for illustrative purposes only and not for the purpose of providing legal advice. You should contact an attorney to obtain advice with respect to any particular issues and concerns related to the drafting of wills and other legal documents. Remember that individual situations and estate planning needs differ, and this Kit may not be suitable for your specific circumstances.