A will directs how you want your property to be distributed when you die. In South Dakota, anyone who is at least eighteen years old and of sound mind can make a will. A will does not take effect until you die. Also, as long as you are of sound mind, you can change your will as often as you want.
In South Dakota, what does a will do for me?
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