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What Not To Include In Your Will

There are a few different parts of your estate plan that do not need to be included in your will. Keep reading to find out what NOT to include when writing yours.

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How to Make Sure Your Will is Legally Valid

Legally valid wills depend on the state's requirements. It is very important to know what makes your written will valid or not. Reda further to ensure that your will is considered legally valid.

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Questions to Ask Before Hiring Your Estate Planning Attorney

While hiring a lawyer for your estate plan can feel daunting, we provide three questions to ask that will ease your hiring process and create confidence that you chose the right one.

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Are You Aware of Your Parents’ Current Estate Plan and How it will Affect Your Family?

This blog explains the crucial importance to be updated on our parents’ estate plan/s and the potential consequences of not being aware of them.

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Remarried in Midlife? Don’t Make the Mistake of Disinheriting Your Loved Ones

Getting remarried in your midlife comes with excitement for a new adventure. It also could come with unfortunate mistakes regarding your estate plan. As soon as you plan to get remarried, update your estate plan to avoid potentially disinheriting your loved ones.

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A Guide For Unmarried Couples and Estate Planning

Common law marriages are only accepted in a few states. It is very important to make sure you and your partner’s durable and medical power of attorneys are granted along with an updated estate plan.

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The Importance of Including a Living Trust in Your Estate Plan

When you include a living trust in your estate plan, you are guaranteed privacy, your family will not have to go through probate, you will be fully protected if you become incapacitated, and you will have intensified control over the distribution of your assets.

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The Consequences of Not Having an Estate Plan & Why You Should Create Yours Now

Far too often people push planning their estate plan off to the side and sometimes never get to it. There are several consequences that follow if an updated estate plan is not in place. Without a plan you are at risk of your family going to court after you die, not having the choice on who inherits your assets, losing control of your life if you become incapacitated, and worst of all, not having the choice of who raises your children once you are gone.

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A 4-Step Guide to Update Your Estate Plan During a Divorce

Divorces can be filled with emotion, stress, and chaos. To best prepare for your future in the midst of a divorce, arguably the most important step is to update your estate plan. A lot changes when a marriage ends and your estate plan should be first on the list.

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