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Wills Lawyers, one trained and licensed to prepare, manage, and either prosecute or defend a court action as an agent for another and who also gives advice on legal matters that may or may not require court action. Lawyers apply the law to specific cases. They investigate the facts and the evidence by conferring with their
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A Power of Attorney is a legal document by which one person gives the right to perform or powers of transacting in matters relating to property, banking, legal and judicial proceedings, tax payments, etc, to another person due to certain reasons like being out of country, or getting old, or not able to look after
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If you die without a will or without a valid will your hard earned wealth is divided under a government formula. The formula is called "The Intecstacy Rules" that set out who gets what. You do not want these rules to apply to your estate - so the simple way to avoid this is to have a
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