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What is a power of attorney?

As you plan your estate, you have the option to name a power of attorney. A power of attorney is a useful agent that may be necessary if you suffer a severe injury or illness and can no longer care for yourself. The person you name as your power of attorney can act on...

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4 reasons people alter their wills

Estate plans allow a testator (the person making the plan), to leave instructions for their estate when they pass away. They can name an executor who will take responsibility for implementing their wishes. The estate planning process can take some time and work to...

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2 reasons your will could be challenged

A will is one of the most crucial legal documents you can ever create and sign. Done right, a will can take the guesswork out of the equation and articulate your wishes when you are no longer around to speak for yourself. Without one, on the other hand, the government...

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Potential reasons for an estate dispute

Many parents and grandparents are concerned about estate disputes when making their estate plans. They know that they want to leave assets to heirs and beneficiaries, but they also know that a dispute could put these people at odds with each other, and that would be...

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What is an executor of an estate?

A will is a complex legal document in your estate plan. Simply put, a will is a set of instructions left behind for family and friends of the deceased (or testator) that detail how the deceased’s assets are distributed. Typically, testators have their assets...

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