When is a Good Time to Start Estate Planning?
Unfortunately, a sudden onset of illness or debilitating accident has the potential to cut any life short. If you pass away without a will, you may not be able to provide for your family’s future or control what happens to your businesses. Everyone can benefit from proper estate planning, regardless of their age or health condition. If nothing else, planning…
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What Happens if a General Guardian Changes Their Mind?
The creation of a guardianship forges strong bonds between two people. A guardian has broad powers to handle another person’s financial affairs, control their property, and even make life-altering medical decisions. As such, it is essential that your guardian understands your wishes and acts in your best interest. However, situations may arise where a guardian no longer wants to serve…
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How Long is the Process of Writing a Will?
Writing a Will is a highly personal process. This document indicates your wishes for after your death and can help provide for your family’s future. Because of its importance, people often feel overwhelmed when considering the creation of a Will. Many people believe that Wills require complex legal language and clauses that cover every possible contingency. In reality, the legal…
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How Difficult is it to Change my Will after it is Finalized?
Creating a valid Will is an important part of effective estate planning. When a person signs a Will, it speaks to their frame of mind and intentions at that moment. However, what a person wants today may not necessarily be what they want in the future. Over time, a person could have additional children, get a divorce, obtain new property,…
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How Can I Avoid Probate?
Probate has a reputation as being a contentious and lengthy process. It can be an opportunity for relatives or others to contest the validity of a will or attempt to inject their supposed legal rights into the proceedings. Understandably, many people making their Wills aim to avoid probate if at all possible. Unfortunately, it is difficult to avoid probate altogether.…
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