The will is a document that contains the last wishes of a person in his lucid mental state. It does not matter if it has several properties or only a few objects with sentimental value. By dividing your assets according to your needs and interests help to avoid conflicts between loved ones and heirs in the future.
It is important to keep in mind that the person who inherits a good must pay taxes on that good, just like the original owner.
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