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Electronic Wills Have Arrived

A new uniform act provides some guidance to practitioners.

Every day, millions of people read the news, shop, buy tickets to anything and everything, play games, watch movies and television shows, submit their homework, listen to music, access their financial accounts, control their home environment and security, check on their children and pets, communicate, track every type of data imaginable and even sign legal contracts via applications on their smartphones. Unsurprisingly, with increasing frequency, people assume they can make an electronic will

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