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Paul Anderson useddec at
Wed Apr 29 15:45:35 CDT 2015

Here in the US, you can set up a living trust.

If done correctly, there is no need for probate court, lawyers, or
additional costs.

I had mine done a few surgeries ago, and is is nice to know that it will
make things easier, quicker, and less expensive for my family. Most Lawyers
don't like them because they make a lot of money in probate.

On Wed, Apr 29, 2015 at 3:29 PM, tony duell <ard at> wrote:

> > Not only make a will, but make sure that the right people will have it in
> > a timely manner.  When my best friend died, his will wasn't found for a
> In my case it's simplified by having the exector and beneficiary the same
> person (this it totally legal in the UK, I am not sure about elserwhere,
> but
> I can't see why it wouldn't be). I have given him a copy of my will with
> 'COPY' written across it so that when the time comes he has reasonable
> evidence that a will exists and that he should search for it.
> In any case, if you have close family members, etc, make sure they know you
> have made a will and if so, where it is kept.
> > long time, by which time, a lot of stuff had been dumpstered, including
> > his LJIIP, and even his Leicas!
> Anybody who does not know that a Leica is a valuable camera needs to be
> educated! With a clue-by-four. Or a 560mm Telyt used in the same manner :-)
> -tony

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