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Jessica is a solicitor advising her client, Mr. Harris, on the benefits of making a will. Mr. Harris is unsure because he thinks his estate will automatically go to his children. What is the most compelling reason Jessica can provide to convince him to draft a will?

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The most compelling reason to draft a will is to ensure that the estate is distributed according to the specific wishes of the testator. Without a will, the estate will be distributed according to the rules of intestacy, which may not align with the individual's intentions.


Key Point: The primary function of a will is to ensure that the testator's specific wishes regarding the distribution of their estate are followed.

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