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Tag Archives: Last Will and Testament
An interview with Stacy Turner, Esq. Part Two
Today SevenPonds continues its interview with Stacy Turner, Esq. Stacy has kindly agreed to give some estate planning tips to our readers to help ensure that their wishes are respected after their death. Debra: Stacy, can you give me a … Continue reading
Legal will templates can save you time and attorney fees
Our Tip of the Week: Lawyers often charge by the hour, which is an excellent investment to ensure that your Last Will and Testament is legal in the state where you currently reside. However, if you are not familiar with … Continue reading
Leaving a written record of your values and beliefs
Our Tip of the Week: A testamentary will — the type of will with which most people are familiar — is a legal document clarifying your intentions regarding the distribution of your property and the care of any minor children … Continue reading
Review your state laws to ensure that any amendment to your legal will is honored
Our Tip of the Week: Writing a legal will is an important act of love for anyone who wishes to make the distribution of their estate easy for their loved ones. Your legal will is effective immediately upon completion, but … Continue reading
How can you ease the uncertainties that can arise with settling an estate?
3 Tips to Keep in Mind During Estate Planning: 1) Gain Clarity: Understand what will need to be managed with this particular estate. Debt? Bank accounts? Real estate? 2) Embrace Proactivity: Many believe that estate planning shouldn’t be a concern … Continue reading