Areas of Practice / Wills and Trusts
Simply, a will is the document that you use to determine who should take your property upon your death. If someone dies without a will in Kansas, the State of Kansas decides who should get the deceased person’s property. In a worst-case scenario, the State of Kansas will take that property. Everyone needs a will. A will is a means to take control over things that will happen after your death.
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