By Elaine Blades
Having a well-drafted will that clearly expresses your intentions is essential.
If you’ve written instructions someone will find confusing, they can’t ask you for clarification. It’ll be too late.
I’ve reviewed far too many wills where not enough was said to truly reflect the testator’s intentions. For instance, say your will has the following clause:
To pay $10,000 to each of my sister Elizabeth and my friend Catherine.
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