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A Will is the document in which you decide the disposition of your assets upon death and who will manage your estate. If you do not have a Will at the time of your death, the state can distribute your assets pursuant to the laws of intestate succession.
There are many types of trusts which serve various purposes. For example, placing property in a trust can avoid probate or hold assets for a young beneficiary you designate until he or she is old enough to manage the property. Trusts are also used for inheritance tax avoidance purposes.
This is an agreement in which your spouse automatically receives all of your property and assets at the time of your death.
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