Your South Dakota will can do many things. First, your will can direct how your property will be distributed after you die. Second, you get to name the persons that will take your property, known as the beneficiaries. Third, you can provide for several contingencies because you do not know who will be living at the time of your death.
What are three things my South Dakota will can do for me?
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