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How to decrease the chances of someone contesting your will

Did you know that around 64 percent of Americans do not have a will? According to a poll reported by USA Today, 27 percent of American adults stated they did not have a will because they believed there was not an urgent need for one. 

If you are an adult, then you should have a will. It becomes even more important when you marry or have children. You want your loved ones to receive care after your passing, and the last thing you want is for anyone to contest the provisions you include in your estate plan. Some states allow you to put a no-contest clause in your will, but in Florida, that kind of clause is unenforceable. Here are some other ways you can decrease the likelihood of someone feeling cheated by your will. 

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