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Answered 1 day ago by Renea Overstreet
You do not have to leave anything to your children in a Will. You can leave anything to anyone or any non-profit organization. You can be an executor even if you also are a devisee in a Will.
Answered 1 day ago by R. Sam Price
You'll want to hire an estate planning attorney to gather information, assess her capacity, determine her wishes, and draft the documents. Should take about a week.
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