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Disinheriting a Family Member in Your Estate Plan

Estate Planning often involves the process of ensuring an individual’s family is taken care of in the event of incapacity or death, as well as determining who will receive an inheritance. ...
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At what age should I create my first will?

In the United States, any person over the age of 18 is entitled to create a Will. Legal age varies by state, and some even allow minors to create Wills at the ages of 14 or 16. Without a Will, state ...
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The Dangers of DIY Estate Planning

While it’s true that there are some really good companies with fill-in-the-blank templates online, more often than not a DIY Estate Plan can be riddled with error. Instructions for ...
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What can happen if my Will is not created properly?

A Last Will and Testament is a document that states how your probate assets will be distributed at your death, who will act as the personal representative (executor) and who will be guardians of your ...
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When should I have my Estate Plan reviewed?

An Estate Plan should be reviewed after any life change. Marriage, divorce, the birth of a child, illness, a change of financial situation, and moving to another state all constitute life changes. Any ...
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What does it mean to 'die intestate'?

When a person passes without a will, they are said to die intestate. In these instances, their probate assets will be distributed to their heirs in accordance with the state’s intestacy laws. ...
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Estate Planning Considerations for Couples: Religious vs. Civil Marriages

The first consideration in Estate Planning for couples is marriage. In the following article, we’ll define what a “couple” is, as well as the two marriage options. What constitutes a ...
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What do I do if I can't find my Original Revocable Living Trust Agreement but I still have the Copy?

That is a great question! Many people face this issue and don’t know what to do. It is extremely important to contact a knowledgeable Estate Planning Attorney if you happen to experience this ...
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