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Jessica GarciaPalegal 01302/24/21Chapter 2 - Homework / Review Questions & Case Problem #21.Most young adults have few possessions and dying is not there every day concern.Correspondingly neither is the need for a will.Some people fail to make a will becausethey are reluctant to discuss their property and finances with strangers, othersprocrastinate, then die prematurely due to an accident or unexpected illness.2.To say that the maker of a will has testamentary capacity is that they are perfectly saneand capable to make such a decision basically that their sanity is not questionable. Legalcapacity just means that they are of age to make a valid will which is usually 18 yearsold.3.The testator must have had testamentary capacity, the will must have been executedfree of fraud, duress, undue influence or mistake; and the will must have been dulyexecuted through a proper ceremony. The basic requirements are the same in most

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Common Law, Wills and trusts, Raj Gupta

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