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Do-it-yourself lawyering is not for everyone

will personally create your will or seek a lawyer’s assistance, Nolo Press says this is what to do next:
1. Take inventory of what you own.
2. Make notes about who should receive your property (beneficiaries).
3. Choose a trustworthy individual as executor to handle your affairs.
4. Choose a guardian for your children. Talk to the person and have them interact with your children to make certain that they are capable and willing to fill the role.
5. Follow through. To finalize the will, sign it in front of the proper number of people (two in all states but Vermont, which requires three). File it away in a safe place.

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