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A Last Will and Testament is a legally binding document that stipulates how a person's assets, including real estate, personal property, and investments, are distributed after the person dies. This document is commonly referred to as a Last Will or Will. After the form is created and signed, in front of two witnesses, the will should be shared with all beneficiaries. It is not required for wills to be filed with the state but certain counties allow this to be done.

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Kansas Last Will and Testament: What Is It?

A Kansas last will and testament must be written at least six months before death. This is why it is important for all adults to have a last will and testament. Without it, the Kansas probate court will decide what will happen to your property and your children. Your last will and testament is used to explain how your property should be distributed and who will be named as a guardian for your minor children. A last will and testament in Kansas must be signed by two witnesses who are not named as beneficiaries in the will.

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