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Replacing Old Estate Planning Documents
Chicago Estate Planning
Posted November 30, 2020

Many people assume planning an estate is a one-time task. However, the reality is estate planning requires a long-term approach. A plan created for someone in his/her twenties will rarely reflect that person’s situation 10 years later. In fact, most people are encouraged to revise their estate plans regularly, especially after major life changes like […]

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Revoking a Living Trust
Estate Planning Attorney
Posted November 11, 2020

Living trusts are one of the most popular estate planning tools, as they allow those who create them, (trustors) to retain some control over their assets, while also ensuring the contents of those trusts are transferred to specific beneficiaries without the need to go through probate. Creating these trusts can be a difficult process, as […]

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Do You Really Have Grounds to Contest a Will?
Estate Planning Attorney
Posted October 21, 2020

Challenging the validity of a will isn’t a simple undertaking, so if you believe a loved one’s will is not valid, should conduct a careful assessment of their situation before moving forward. For help determining how strong your own case is, please contact Alan G. Orlowsky today. Can You Prove the Decedent Was the Victim […]

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Avoiding a Freeze on Your Bank Account
Estate Planning Attorney
Posted October 07, 2020

The death of a beloved relative is one of the most difficult ordeals a person can go through. While it is true nothing can prepare a person for such a loss, taking certain steps ahead of time can help ease some of the financial burden shouldered by those left behind. For instance, some family members […]

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