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postheadericon Planning Your Will What You May Not Know

How to find a probate attorney

Planning your wishes for after your death is not necessarily an enjoyable task — nor is it an easy one. With that being said, it’s very necessary, especially in this day and age. With an estimated 41% of baby boomers living without a will, the odds if arguments and legal battles over estates occurring is increasingly high. It’s true that the departed will not be “around” to witness such problems. But battles over estates can get very ugly, and most would like to avoid their loved ones fighting at any cost. Even if your loved ones do not fight over your estate, having a will prepared simply makes a very difficult time easier on everyone involved. Wills aren’t solely for the elderly, either; anyone with minor children should have a will planned. Here are some of the issues to consider when Read the rest of this entry »

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