Wills

Estate Planning and Your Pets

Wednesday, October 31st, 2018

If you have a faithful pet you’ve lived with for years and who may outlive you, you may want to set aside some of your estate to provide care for them. Of course, pets can’t legally own property, so you can’t leave your home or any money to them. What you can do, however, is...  read more

I Believe an Individual’s Will Isn’t Correct – What Can I Do?

Saturday, September 15th, 2018

If a loved one has recently passed away and you believe something about their will isn’t right, the legal action you need to take is call contesting the will. While contesting wills is somewhat common, you can’t simply do so because you think something isn’t right. Your claim has to be based on one of...  read more

Estate Planning The Essence of Wills and Trusts

Friday, June 15th, 2018

When you talk about trust and wills in estate planning, most people think that it is about their death. The reality of the matter is that it is more than that. Your loved ones have the liberty of using wills, trusts or both to clarify on their wishes. The two are all about retaining control...  read more

Trusts vs. Wills

Friday, February 16th, 2018

Both trusts and wills can ensure your possessions, assets, and beloved items end up in the right hands after you pass away. While trusts and wills can protect your future, it's important to acknowledge that there is a difference.   Let's take a look at the major differences between a trust and a will. What...  read more

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