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Why Having a Valid Will is Essential

A majority of Americans think estate planning is important, but only about a third have a will. Those individuals with a will may have moved to a different state or forgot to update their will after life events such…

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Survivorship Estate Planning

It is difficult to consider more than just your grief after losing a spouse or a long-term partner, but you need to understand that important and timely decisions need to be made regarding your finances and personal estate plans. In truth,…

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Young Adults and Estate Planning

It is fairly typical for young adults, even those with professional careers aged thirty or more, to believe they are too young to concern themselves with estate planning. Young adults in their twenties and thirties often think they don't own…

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How to Settle an Estate in Absence of a Will

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, overall percentages of older Americans without a will, in essence, remain the same. Younger adults with a will show an increase of sixty-three percent comparative to pre-pandemic times. This 18 – 34 year old demographic is…

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Having a Will Is Crucial

Your last will and testament is a set of legal instructions that communicates your wishes regarding your dependents and how to dispose of your property when you die. If you have people who you love and care for, then creating…

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What is A Will Contest?

When a loved one dies with a will, their will lays out who shall receive their property, and which person (called the executor) will be in charge of settling the estate. For many reasons, beneficiaries can feel slighted by what…

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