COVID-19: More people want to write a will, and there are options

Writing a will can be a controversial option among immigrants, but it helps avoid family disputes about your estate and care of your children if you are gone.

A will can be basic or as large as you want, but it is important to have one in place.
– Who and where can one write a will?
– What are the available options?
– What happens to minor children of immigrant parents if parents die?
– What happens to their properties?
– How much does it cost to write a will?
– Is a will written in a foreign country valid in the United States?
Tosha Rae D. Heavican is an attorney with the Hightower Reff Law in Omaha, Nebraska. She shares her thoughts and answers questions in this installment of America with an Accent.

May 10, 2020

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