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The Most Important Estate Planning Documents
Estate Planning Attorney
Posted October 03, 2018

Properly planning an estate requires testators to compile extensive documentation, including financial records, title documents, deeds, wills, trust agreements, and more. All of these documents are extremely important to the estate planning process, and without them an estate plan could be declared invalid, leaving a person’s assets to be distributed according to the laws of […]

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It’s Greek to Me
Estate Planning Attorney
Posted September 24, 2018

Friends and colleagues of ours are heading out for a two week vacation in Greece. They are celebrating their 30th anniversary with a few days in Athens and then the rest of the time on the beautiful island of Milos. It should be an amazing trip, and also a reminder to all to make sure […]

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Demonstrating Undue Influence
Contested Estates Attorney
Posted September 19, 2018

When wills are properly drafted and witnessed, courts are usually reluctant to throw them out. It is possible, however, to successfully contest a will by proving that the testator, or the person who drafted the will, was the victim of undue influence. Unfortunately, the reality is that an alarming number of people don’t seem to […]

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Protecting Your Estate with a Prenuptial Agreement
Estate Planning Attorney
Posted September 06, 2018

While many people associate prenuptial agreements with divorce, the reality is that these documents can also play a crucial role when planning an estate. If you have questions about how a prenuptial agreement can be used as an estate planning tool, please don’t hesitate to call or contact a member of our estate planning legal […]

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