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What To Consider Before Visiting an Estate Planning Attorney

Embarking on the estate planning journey is a commendable decision, ensuring your loved ones are taken care of and your wishes are honored. However, the process can be complex and often overwhelming, especially when you’re unprepared. To streamline the experience and make the most of your consultation with an estate planning attorney, think about certain crucial factors ahead of time.

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4 Common Types of Power of Attorney

A power of attorney (POA) is an essential and legally binding document that can grant someone legal authority to manage your affairs in unforeseen or even anticipated circumstances. But with so many different types of power of attorney, deciding which is best for you can be tricky. Here are four of the most common types of power of attorney.

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4 Mistakes That Increase the Odds of Your Will Being Contested

A will is one of the most fundamental documents every American should have. It protects the assets you’ve worked hard for as well as your family and legacy. However, that will could be undone by a successful will contest. Contests—probate litigation by an heir or other stakeholder that challenges the legality of the will—are not common, but they do happen.

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