FIVE MISCONCEPTIONS ABOUT EXPATRIATE WILLS
You live abroad? Do you have some assets? Or perhaps you have children? Refresh your knowledge of succession. Beware of misconceptions about wills for expatriates.
1 - I have very few assets. No need to make a will.
FALSE! Don't wait until you are older or have acquired a large estate to protect your loved ones. If you have minor children, think about a guardianship will. It allows you to designate (with their agreement) the person who will be responsible for your children.
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