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Top 3 Questions to Ask an Estate Planning Attorney

Top 3 Questions to Ask an Estate Planning Attorney Estate planning is a crucial step in securing your future and ensuring your loved ones are taken care of. However, it can be a complex process, and knowing the right questions to ask your estate planning attorney can...

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When To Change A Will

Questions regarding the proper time to make changes to an existing estate plan, will, or trust are very common - and confusing. Some life events create a need for change, and some do not. How do you tell the difference? You can, and should, certainly contact an...

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Planning for Long Term Care

The thought of planning for your own long term care may seem strange. After all, you have a retirement fund, have created a Will and Estate plan and if you have children, hopefully they will help you as you age, right? Those still may not be enough. Here are some...

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Legal Tips for Caregivers

If you have a loved one who has become ill and you find yourself in the role of instant caregiver, it can be overwhelming. Your life changes in ways you did not expect. It is important that you set up protections for both yourself and your loved one to prevent...

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The No-Contest Clause in a Will

When a loved one passes away, families often become hyper focused on who inherits specific items or who will oversee the estate. This creates major problems among loved ones and can drive families apart. It's a common situation. This worry that heirs will "fight over"...

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Challenging a Will in MA

We often receive calls asking about challenging a will in MA. These calls ask if it can be done, by whom, when and whether it has to go to court for the challenge to take place. This article will discuss the challenges and how to prevent them as well if you are the...

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Challenging a Will in NH

We often receive calls asking about challenging a will in NH. These calls ask if it can be done, by whom, when and whether it has to go to court for the challenge to take place. We also receive questions relating to whether a will can be challenged BEFORE a person has...

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When an Elderly Parent Won’t Plan

It’s a tough situation and it happens more than you think. Often a parent refuses to create any type of estate plan in spite of advice to the contrary. Why does this happen? This article will discuss the reasons for this and things you can do to work with your parents...

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Requirements of a Will in NH

There are many aspects to creating an estate. One of those is the creation of the Will. The Will contains a person’s final wishes as to his or her property upon death. This includes real and personal property. Real property is the home and land. Personal property are...

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What Should Be In Your Will?

Have you given any thought to the types of things you want to leave behind when you die? It's a morbid thought and maybe you have not considered it at all. Maybe you don't think you have anything of worth to leave to your loved ones. However, you would be surprised at...

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