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Local Attorney Shares Tips on Making and Maintaining Wills

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(Jefferson County) Every year you check the batteries in your smoke detectors, every 5 thousand miles you change the oil in your vehicle, and once a week you put out the trash. The point is: we all have routines we follow.

Local Attorney Scott Harness says it’s not a bad idea to blow the dust off your “Last Will and Testament” and look it over.

Harness says your will can list out the items you want to leave to certain people.

If you are wanting to leave everything to just one person, your attorney will typically add a clause in the will stating so.

Scott Harness is one of the hosts of “Legally Speaking” on Mondays at 8:30 on KJFF 1400 AM.

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