Many people pass away without having made a will which can make it complicated for the people who are left behind to finalise their estate. Having a will means you decide who to leave your property, money and other belongings to. You also decide who will be the executor of your estate. This LegalFlow guides you through the process of drafting a will ensuring it is a legal document and will be legally binding when you die.
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