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  • Does a Will Have to Be Witnessed?

    Wills allow individuals to avoid the state’s rules about who gets what portion of a decedent’s estate. They also allow individuals to name their executors, name a guardian for their children and bequeath specific items to certain individuals. However, if a will is not properly executed, the will can be invalidated and the rules of […]

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  • Family Challenges to Wills Designating Child Custody

    Family and adoption laws are often complicated in the United States. If there is no legal action taken for children to be adopted by a stepfather or stepmother, these cases may become even more difficult. However, when a will or last testament has been drafted with a certain person in mind, it is then up […]

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  • Preparing for Uncomfortable Questions When Making an Estate Plan

    Studies show that many people do not have a will or other estate planning documents in place even though they need them. Part of this dynamic may be that it is difficult to confront our own mortality. However, making an estate plan can ensure that your wishes are known and that your family is protected. […]

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