Month: August 2019

Getting Your Estate Plan in Order
Estate Planning Attorney
Posted August 28, 2019

Losing a loved one can be emotionally, mentally and physically draining. However, death can also raise a number of legal complications for a family, especially if the deceased did not create a will prior to his/her passing. No family should have to grapple with this strain, while also grieving the loss of a loved one. […]

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Was a Loved One Forced Into Signing Their Will?
Contested Estates Attorney
Posted August 14, 2019

A person’s final wishes concerning the dispersal of his/her assets, a decedent’s last will and testament is usually ironclad. However, this is only true if the will was executed properly and fully complies with state law – which means the testator was not unduly influenced when disposing of his or her estate. Even though wills […]

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