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Probate: Understanding the Process

The right estate planning can minimize or eliminate probate, but sometimes it's necessary, despite the stigma associated with it. In reality, most heirs will have to navigate the probate process to some degree after losing a loved one. Understanding what…

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Do It Yourself Wills Can Have Major Issues

When properly prepared, a will outlines who inherits your assets and property after you die. Your will names a personal representative (executor) who will carry out your directives. In addition to asset distribution, your executor makes a public notice of…

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Estate Planning – Involving Your Spouse

An estate plan that is comprehensive requires careful thought and discussion with your spouse. Before meeting with an estate planning attorney, it is best to discuss your ideas to present a united goal. This conversation can be challenging if you…

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An Estate Settlement Guide

If you need to choose someone to be your estate's executor (representative) or you are the chosen representative and accept the responsibility, there are a few things to take into account - the complexity of the task and the order…

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Understanding Powers of Attorney

A Power of Attorney (POA) document should be part of your estate planning process. All states recognize powers of attorney, but rules and requirements will differ from state to state. The document gives one or more individuals the legal authority…

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