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A will is enabling a testator to transfer property in the specific manner that the testator desires, rather than the manner prescribed by the statutes that control in the absence of a will. A will preserves a record of the testator's real intentions and desires regarding his or her property, so that those intentions and wishes may be carried out when the testator dies. A person may devise and bequeath by will all the estate, right, title, and interest in property the person has at the time of his or her death, subject to the limitations prescribed by law.  If a person dies leaving a valid will, all of the testator's estate disposed of by the will (subject to payment of debts and delinquent child support payments) vests as set forth in the will.


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