Should we have a joint will or separate wills?

There are many factors that go into the structure of a will. Most importantly, family makeup and your wishes for how your property is disbursed after your passing. Most individuals with a modest estate and who simply want their possessions to transfer to a spouse, children, friends, or charities can get by with a simple will. When people want to get into investments, forming trusts, and other complicated transactions where they want to typically provide for minor children on an ongoing basis then a more complex will may be necessary. Most people can utilize a simple will and accomplish all their wishes. If two or more people are interested in a will (typically a husband and wife or sig

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