Make Your Own California Will
Do you know who will get your property if you die without a will? Safeguard your family from unnecessary grief by leaving a will outlining your specific wishes.
Make Your Own California Will explains California law regarding wills, joint property, and distribution of your estate. Complete with detailed instructions and more than twenty blank forms, this book makes writing your own California will inexpensive and hassle-free.
-Community and Separate Property
-Small Estate Distribution
-Executing Your Will
-Specific Bequests Safekeeping Your Will
Ready-to-Use Forms with Instructions:
-Nomination of Guardian
-Last Will and Testament (17 different versions)
-Codicil to Last Will and Testament
-and many more...
-California laws and requirements
-Sample completed forms
-Plain-English glossary of terms
-Ready-to-use, blank forms
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Selecting the People Who Will Carry Out Your Wishes
Executing Your Will
Changing and Amending Your Will
Safekeeping Your Will
Revoking Your Will
Anatomy of Your Will
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