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Yes, Singles Need an Estate Plan Too

The majority of any estate planning attorney's clients are older, often retired people who want to make sure their families can receive an inheritance. For younger, single people, however, the idea of creating an estate plan occurs about as often as the idea of joining the AARP. While it's true that many people aren't likely to need their estate plans any time soon, they still need to …  read more

Helping Your Executor Get Started

Let's say you've gone through the trouble of creating an estate plan, made the hard choices about inheritances, and have chosen the right people to serve in important positions. First, congratulations on all your hard work. Second, you've got a little more work ahead of you. When it comes to administering an estate, executors can often spend a lot of wasted time in the early stages if …  read more

Estate Planning and Safe Deposit Boxes

When it comes to estate planning, some key steps involve the practical details and potential hazards that may arise in common situations. For example, many people own and use safe deposit boxes to keep valuable items. While safe deposit boxes are often a good idea, they can pose problems during the probate process if you haven't taken the appropriate steps to ensure the right people can …  read more

Formalities of a Will

While putting together a will might seem like second nature to some, it’s a complete mystery to others. We’re going to go over what the basic formalities of a will are and why they are important to follow. The will must be in writing: By writing, I’m not referring to handwriting. It is recommended by most estate planning attorneys to avoid handwriting your will if at all possible. …  read more

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