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Should I have a living will?
Should I have a living will?

Most Washingtonians understand the need for a testamentary will, i.e., a will that provides for the distribution of a person's property after death. But, very few understand the nature of a living will or the reasons why a person may wish to create one. Living wills are now ...

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Blog posts in Estate Planning

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