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4 Major Differences Between a Will and a Trust

A will is a written document—signed and witnessed—that indicates how your property will be distributed at the time of your death. It is revocable and subject to amendment at any time during your lifetime. It also allows you to appoint a guardian for your minor children. A trust enables you to create a separate legal entity […]

Do you have a last will and testament?

I’m sure everyone has heard of families who have fought bitterly over the assets left behind when a loved one passes on.  There are arguments over who gets Aunt Bertha’s china, who inherits Grandma’s recipe book, who gets mom’s jewelry or dad’s antique car collection.  When nothing is written down to show your desire on […]

Living Wills, Power of Attorney, and other Directives

When a person is losing their health or increasing in age to the point where they are no longer able to take care of themselves, there are people who are appointed to help take care of them. This time of need is not an easy time for anyone and many people choose to live as […]

What to Include in Your Last Will and Testament

The last chance that you have to make sure that everything you want to happen after you pass away does happen. You cannot make any changes to it because once it is in effect, you will be dead. It is a very important matter. When completing your last will and testament you should take it […]

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