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1. In the first paragraph, you need to:
- State that this is your last will and testament
- State that you are revoking any other wills or codicils that were previously made. Even if you didn't make any, make sure to include this statement
- State that you're of sound mind and under no duress when writing your will.
2. In the second paragraph, list your spouse and children3. In the third paragraph, appoint an Executor for your estate. This person will handle your estate, including paying off your debts and funeral costs and disposing of any property that you don't otherwise bequeath.4. List the people you want to give to and the percentage of the money they should receive. Make sure to fully identify the person.5. Designate a person to receive any other assets remaining in the estate. This way, you insure that everything has a home.6. The laws on last will and testament signatures vary depending on the state, so check on that too. Generally, you'll have to sign in the presence of two witnesses and a notary republic.7. Carefully store the will, and give a copy to your Executor to make it as easy as possible for them to do their job.