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1. When the house go to probate court, will creditors have a chance to take it from my children (our children are in the will to inherit the house after we are deceased)?
3. Will my certificate of deposit have to go before the probate court before my wife can own it if she outlives me? (We have joint ownership with right of survivorship on the CD.)
3. But, can I "state" in a will what I want her to do although she has the right to do what she wants?
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