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Who needs a will? Pretty much everyone

Who needs a will? You do, probablyIt’s obvious why wills are necessary for married people who have children and valuable assets, but for those of us who don’t have kids or large estates, a will is still important.

“Most people over the age of 18 need a will,” says Shari-Lynn Cuomo Shore, an attorney in Hamden, Conn. “Single individuals often need a will even more so than a married person. For married people, in most jurisdictions, most property can pass to the surviving spouse upon the death of the other spouse. However, since an unmarried person does not have this option, their estates generally go through probate court.”


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