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Most Common Reasons to Contest a Will
Contested Will
Posted April 23, 2018

Even when a person creates a will, a relative or other interested party can still contest that will after the testator’s death, but only if there is evidence of fraud, lack of testamentary capacity, or proof that the will does not meet the necessary legal requirements. However, proving that a will is not valid is […]

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The Benefits of Estate Planning
Estate Planning Attorney
Posted April 05, 2018

Most of us don’t like to contemplate our own deaths, but while it may be unpleasant, it is often necessary, especially for those who are planning their estates. In fact, this is actually one of the best ways that a person can ensure that their loved ones are taken care of after they pass away. […]

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The Importance of Keeping Your Original Will
Estate Planning Attorney
Posted March 27, 2018

There are a number of reasons that a person can contest a decedent’s will, including that the decedent lacked testamentary capacity to execute the document or that a will was not properly signed or witnessed. While these types of situations do exist, in which case, it is important for a decedent’s heirs to bring the […]

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Avoiding Probate
Probate Attorney
Posted March 08, 2018

After a person passes away, the administration of his or her estate is overseen by a probate court. Unfortunately, probate can be time-consuming and expensive, especially if one of the decedent’s heirs contests the estate or the estate planning documents are unclear. There are ways to avoid the probate process completely, which can save your […]

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