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The Role of the Estate Executor

Selecting the estate executor is one of the most challenging decisions a person will have to make when creating an estate plan. While being named as an executor (or personal representative) of someone’s estate is a great honor, it is also a big responsibility to take on.

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Why Use an Estate Planning Attorney vs. Online Forms?

Estate planning allows you to make adequate plans in advance and indicate how you want your estate and final affairs to be settled when you’re no more. When drafting your estate plan, you may want to hire an attorney for detailed guidance and to avoid making costly mistakes.

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Wills vs. Trusts: Which One is Right for You?

Providing for your family after you are gone is an important responsibility and priority for many individuals. Caring for your heirs after you are gone requires an estate plan tailored to your situation.

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Estate Planning for Young Adults

Graduating from high school is a significant accomplishment. Many young adults will soon be heading off to college or thinking about their next steps. It is often a season of excitement, anticipation, and even a bit of nervous energy. As a young adult, for the first time, you are on your own and in charge of your own decisions, your education, your employment, and your finances. While it may seem early to start thinking about things like wills and trusts, there are good reasons not to procrastinate when it comes to estate planning.

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Estate Planning Terms You Should Know

Whether you’re 25 years old and just starting your career, or you’re 65 and retired, establishing an estate plan is always beneficial to you and your loved ones. While this important task may seem like something you can do another day, establishing your legacy now can give you and your family peace of mind immediately and in the future.

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Why Work With An Estate Planning Attorney

What is an estate? Some would describe it as a collection of your assets, such as bank accounts, cash and valuables. It also includes property you own, such as cars or homes. It is much more than that. It is an accumulation of you and your family’s life work, memories and dreams.

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