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Americans of All Ages are Creating Their Wills During COVID 19 Pandemic

There has been an explosion in the numbers of Americans rushing to make their will online. Understandably, the coronavirus pandemic has created the scramble to set up wills and end-of-life-directives; however, online do-it-yourself (DIY) wills are often deemed invalid as they do not comply with all of the legal requirements of your state. According to, the prevalence of will and estate planning has been on the decline since 2017, but this trend is quickly reversing itself with the advent of the coronavirus pandemic.

So, who needs a will? Ask yourself: do you care who gets your property or money if you die? If you have minor children, do you care who will act as their legal guardian? The answer is anyone married, anyone with children, or anyone with assets needs a properly executed will. Wills are governed by state law. Your will should reflect your wishes in the language and format required by the state in which you live for it to be valid.
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