How to Make a California Will
Without a will, probate laws decide what happens to property upon death. This book explains California law regarding wills, inheritance, guardianship of children, and joint property; shows how you can prepare your own simple will without a lawyer; and includes 14 ready-to-use forms. It also covers changing a will, living wills, and anatomical gifts (organ donation).
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How to Make a Simple Will
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