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Be strategic about how you disinherit your family members

Some individuals tend to think that blood is thicker than water when they're asked to choose between family or friends. When it comes to drafting a will though, some testators would rather leave their assets to the family members that they've chosen instead of the relatives that they were born to or raised around. If you're planning to disinherit your family members, then there are certain ways that you should go about doing it.

Not every Maryland estate has to be probated

Many Maryland residents draft a will so that they can decide who inherits their assets instead of a judge doing that for them. Even still, a testator's estate must be probated. It's during this process that a probate can decide to handle things differently. There are ways that you can avoid the probate altogether though.

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