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"What To Do With Your Last Will And Testament
Section 8: "What To Do With Your Last Will And Testament After You Sign It"
You need to place your Last Will And Testament in a safe place where it can be found if something happens to you. You can place it in a safe deposit box, but that is not required. I normally suggest that people put their Wills with their other legal papers. There is not a requirement that you tell anyone about your Will, however I suggest that you tell whoever you have named as Executor (also called Personal Representative) and substitute Executor where to find your Will unless you have a reason not to tell them.
Some states allow you to file a Will at the Courthouse for safekeeping. I am not in favor of doing this because it could hinder changing your Will in the future. If you feel safer by filing your Will, call the Clerk of Court or a lawyer licensed in your state to find out the procedures. Remember, not all states do this.
This ebook is for general information only and may not be applicable to your situation. Talk with a lawyer licensed in your state.
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