Yes, it is beneficial to have a will in each jurisdiction that you hold assets in. This is because different jurisdictions have different laws and regulations in regards to how assets are distributed in the event of death. Having a will in each jurisdiction ensures that your assets are distributed according to the laws of that jurisdiction. Additionally, having a will in each jurisdiction can also help to reduce the potential for disputes between family members or other potential heirs.

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