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Should you have a living will?

When working on estate planning, there are many things to consider. Most people focus on asset protection and distribution, but it is also important to think about what happens if someone is unable to make medical and healthcare decisions. A living will is a legal...

Modifying and invalidating a will

While studies have shown that less than half of American adults (in general) do not have a will, that does not mean that statistic holds true across all demographics. Indeed, older Americans seem to be more apt to take the advice of estate planning experts to heart....

Is a nuncupative will legal?

Nuncupative wills are those that are spoken orally to another party. This typically occurs when a person is on their death bed and must provide instructions for the transfer of personal property to beneficiaries. In many cases, oral wills are not legally...