This Lease Agreement is legally binding in Rhode Island according to your state's specific rules and regulations.
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A Rhode Island last will and testament is used to inform your family, friends, and the probate court how you wanted your personal property distributed. It's also used by parents in Rhode Island to name someone to take care of their minor children. In Rhode Island, a last will and testament must be in writing for the probate court to accept it as valid. If there is no valid last will and testament, the court will decide what happens to your property and your children. Your Rhode Island last will and testament must be signed by two witnesses who watch you sign the document.