In a recent USA Today article "Who Needs To Do A Will?  You Do"  Christine Dugas does a nice review of the reasons for doing a will, when you should do a will, who needs a will, and the common mistakes and solutions in basic estate planning.  So if you have been thinking or wondering about a will, then this quick review of the issues should help.

In short, if you are over twenty-five, are single or married, you should read the article and consider a will, power of attorney, living will, and related documents such as trusts.  This is especially true if you have children, you're in a same sex relationship, or your're in a relationship but not yet married.

For more information about how to do a will that works click here.

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