So I'm ghosting a small piece for a law firm about probate. Basically a dead person's estate goes into probate court if one or more of the surviving kids think they're getting screwed out of what's rightfully theirs. This happens a lot when the estate involves both physical and intellectual property which means it's of vital importance for a novelist to get a rock solid will drawn up by a reliable attorney even if you stupidly believe you'll live forever.
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