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“I have a condo, I have artworks, I have a dog, I have people I care about,” she said. As a friend of mine, she promised me that when I’m done with my will, she’ll do hers. “I think it’s an act of love to do a will,” she said, “because you’re trying to make life easier for those we leave behind.”

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“For most people, the first time in your life that a will becomes imperative is when you have children. . . But wills aren’t just vehicles for the wealthy or the morbid. If you’ve got a family and a home — not to mention a savings account — you should definitely have one.”

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“The most common excuse given for not having a will (or an alternative legal tool called a living trust) was, “I just haven’t gotten around to it,” cited by nearly half of survey participants who lacked one. Most people run from, and don’t want to think about, their own death.”

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