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Part 1: How to draft your own Will in 3 Steps

Posted by Ada Davis | Jul 30, 2020 | 0 Comments

When you begin drafting your will, write down a list of your assets. Do you own property or bank accounts? Any assets you hold in your name only, are part of your estate.

Secondly, you should write down a list of your heirs. Who would you like to inherit you hard- earned assets? Heirs can be your children, your spouse, or even a charity. You decide who gets what you've worked so hard for. 

Thirdly, you need to pick an executor and list the executor's name in your will. Who will you trust to distribute your assets to your heirs as you direct?

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Ada Davis

Counselor. Teacher. Advocate. Attorney Ada A. Davis is a graduate of Georgetown University Law Center. For more than fifteen years she has practiced law in the New Jersey and New York areas, including working as an associate at two big law firms in New York, NY. For the past nine years she has m...

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