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Do I Need a Living Trust?
Posted October 20, 2015

Do I Need a Living Trust? Provided By Alan G. Orlowsky Most individuals are familiar with the basic concept of a will: it is a legal document that, if properly executed and admitted into probate, informs the court what you would like to happen to your property and affairs once you die. A will is […]

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When is the Right Time to Look at Your Estate Plan?
Posted September 29, 2015

When is the Right Time to Look at Your Estate Plan? Provided By: Alan G. Orlowsky Creating an up-to-date estate plan is a lot like changing the oil in our cars: we realize and understand that both are necessary but we often procrastinate in actually doing them. But just as failing to change the oil […]

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Can You “Contest-Proof” Your Estate Plan?
Posted September 18, 2015

Can You “Contest-Proof” Your Estate Plan? Provided By: Alan G. Orlowsky If we thought about it, most of us would prefer to create as little stress and conflict as possible for our children and family who survive us. We do not want our loved ones to feel compelled to engage in or find themselves trapped […]

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Multiple Wills Can Create Drama Even After Death
Posted August 25, 2015

Multiple Wills Can Create Drama Even After Death Provided By: Alan G. Orlowsky About two years ago, one Texas doctor created nearly as much drama after death as he did during life. Family members were shocked and dismayed to find out that the decedent had not one, not two, but four separate wills. A 2009 […]

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