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Signed My Will – Now What?

If you have had a will prepared and signed it with the appropriate formalities, don’t allow your family to be the one calling the attorney and saying, “Dad said he had a will, but we cannot find it.” Family communication … Continue reading

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Have You Protected Your Digital Assets?

Digital assets are fast becoming one of the most valuable parts of many people’s estates.  The following column alerts us to ideas for protecting those assets when we die. Don’t leave grieving relatives searching for your passwords: Here’s how to … Continue reading

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August is Make-A-Will Month

For many people making a will isn’t the most pleasant of tasks, and consequently, too few people do it. According to many surveys most people don’t have a will.  The biggest reason cited by many: They just never got around … Continue reading

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Seven Reasons Why Everyone Should Have a Will

Estate planning is a broad concept that can incorporate tax planning, financial and retirement planning, planning for disability and planning for death.  As this suggests you should not only consult an attorney as part of your estate planning, but you … Continue reading

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Preparing to Call Your Estate Planning Attorney

I know most of you can barely hold yourself back from dialing that phone and calling your estate planning attorney to set an appointment to do your will.  But let’s reign in some of that enthusiasm and do a little … Continue reading

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