A will is commonly drafted in a lawyer’s office in the presence of witnesses and a notary public. However, this scene is slowly changing with the rising popularity of electronic wills (e-wills). Before you choose to use an e-will, it’s important to learn their advantages and disadvantages.
Behold the 21st Century Will: The E-Will!
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