I Did My Will, Where Should I Keep It?

I Did My Will, Where Should I Keep It?

Keeping your will safe and accessible is crucial to ensure that your final wishes are honored and your estate is managed according to your desires after passing. While the decision of where to store your will ultimately depends on your personal circumstances and preferences, several standard options...

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What is the Process for Estate Distribution Without a Will?

What is the Process for Estate Distribution Without a Will?

By www.AsktheLawyer.us When someone passes away without a will (intestate), the estate distribution process is typically governed by state laws. The specific process can vary depending on the jurisdiction, but here are the general steps involved: Determine the Executor or Administrator The court wil...

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New Year Resolution: Get My Will Done

New Year Resolution: Get My Will Done

As we enter a new year, many of us take this opportunity to reflect on our lives and set goals for the future. While resolutions often revolve around personal health, career, or lifestyle changes, it’s equally important to consider our financial and legal well-being. One important yet often ov...

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August is National Make-A-Will Month

August is National Make-A-Will Month

  Did you know August is National Make-A-Will Month? It’s an annual observance that emphasizes the importance of creating a will.  Do you still need to make your will? Whether you’ve been too busy or simply don’t know how, here are three great reasons that will motivate you to write your will ...

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Tips for Long-Distance Caregiving

Tips for Long-Distance Caregiving

By WebMD Get organized Keep track of important information in a care log. Identify your informal network Ask for help from people in the older person’s community, such as relatives, neighbors, longtime family friends, and members of religious, civic, and social organizations. Ask them to call ...

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Updating Your Will

Updating Your Will

Wills are designed to be ironclad documents that set forth how you want assets dispersed to loved ones. They take the guesswork — or, in some sad cases, the arguments — out of a critical moment in this very emotional process. But they’re not ironclad at all. In fact, there are several instances in w...

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Getting Your Documents in Order

Getting Your Documents in Order

Building an estate plan requires a clearly marked paper trail so 
that your wishes can be followed. Organizing everything beforehand ensures that these end-of-life allocations are doled out in a timely and fair manner. Here’s what you’ll need. Last Will and Testament Wills are the most well-known of...

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