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Disinheriting a Child and Other Considerations of a Last Will and Testament

Disinheriting a Child and Other Considerations of a Last Will and Testament

Leaving your children out of your will is not a decision that is taken lightly. But sometimes there are considerations that you need to make that make it the more prudent decision to leave them out of your will. If you decide to disinherit children, it is something you should do as soon as you…

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Is Your Last Will and Testament Legally Binding?

According to a recent survey, 60% of people in the US do not have a will or a plan to make one.  Accidents happen and you do not want to leave your loved ones with nothing. But your will must be legally binding if it is to be enforced. You are no lawyer, though, so it can…

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How Did I Miss That? 5 Common Mistakes When Writing a Will

Despite the importance of estate planning, a majority of Americans seem to neglect it. In fact, 60% of American adults do not have a will. Having more than enough to worry about already, many people do not want to add their mortality to their list of concerns. But writing a will can help you take…

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Not a DIY Job: Why You Need an Attorney to Write a Will

About 60% of Americans do not have a will or a living trust. Granted, thinking and planning for the end of life is not something anyone would be enthusiastic about. So, while most people know they should, they wait until later to write a will. Unfortunately, the decision at most times is put off until it is…

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5 Common Misconceptions About Planning for the Future

Planning for your death can seem morbid, but in fact, having a solid end of life plan is a smart idea.  There are a lot of misconceptions surrounding end of life planning, especially when it comes to drawing up and maintaining a will.  Read on to learn the truth about some common myths (or misunderstandings)…

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Child Custody, Divorce, Parenting Plans and How They Impact Estate Planning In WA State

Child Custody, Divorce, Parenting Plans and How They Impact Estate Planning In WA State

Estate planning is an important step for any adult person. Estate planning not only makes sure your requests are followed after your death, but it also ensures your family members have a plan for what to do with your assets.   Unfortunately, some circumstances (that may also have led to a divorce in the first place)…

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A Young Family's Guide to a Rock Solid Estate Plan

A Young Family’s Guide to a Rock Solid Estate Plan

If you are under 40 years old, the chances of you have thought about, or even pursuing estate planning is pretty small. However, something brought you here, and that means you are on your way to changing the way you look at planning your future! The exploration of life planning that brought you here is…

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