Estate Planning

What is Estate Planning and Why is it Important?

The term “Estate Planning” simply refers to the process of making a Will as well as executing other important documents such as a Power of Attorney and a Health Care Directive. Estate Planning is not just for the well-to-do, it is for everyone! Estate planning attorneys help you determine the best options. If you own assets, no matter how big or small, you need a Will. If you want help managing and planning your financial affairs if you become incapacitated or die, you need a Will. If you own real estate you wish to pass on to your loved ones or a special charity, you need a Will. Consulting with an Estate Planning attorney to explore options that are right for you. These can often be difficult decisions and can lead to major conflicts if not spelled out in a Will or directive. 

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Probate Problems: Identity Theft Wreaks Havoc Even After Death

Probate can be fairly simple, but there are some situations where things get complicated. Every year, nearly 2.5 million deceased American's identities are stolen and used

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