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Good morning. I certainly understand the situation and your concern. You may not have. I say this because your will may comply with the necessary requirements of the State. However, it is always in your best interest to have an attorney review the actual will, to make sure this is the case AND to make sure you are aware of any implications such as taxes or anything else, that may benefit or have a negative effect, on the disposal of your property, in the will. It is possible that everything can remain or you may simply want to just update the will, keeping the same disposition but change it and have it executed in WY.
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Not a problem and I would be happy to continue to answer any additional questions which you may have. Please let me know and I would be happy to respond.. Please just understand that I can not give you legal advise, so I can not just say " your will is fine" without reviewing it and have you rely on that and it turns out there is a problem.