General Wills Articles
Contesting a will is a formal way of asking the court to determine if a will is valid or not. A will may be contested for a variety of reasons.
A will is a written legal document that states what you want done about various topics after you die. A will can include your wishes about what happens to your belongings (called the "estate"), and about who will care for any minor children.
An explanation of the laws that govern inheritance of property if there is no will, an invalid will, or an incomplete will.
This article contains information on different kinds of personal banks accounts, who can access them, and what happens when the owner dies.
File the will promptly. You can file the will now, and open an estate later. It is a crime to change or destroy a will.