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What does probate really mean, and why do you want to avoid it? Key Takeaways Probate is the legal process of distributing your assets after deathProbate can take yearsProbate is not privateProbate can be expensiveAssets in a Trust don't go through...
Estate planning can be a difficult subject to address. For many, it brings up unpleasant topics of aging and death to the forefront of their minds, which can lead them to procrastinate or downplay the importance of having a will or...
Living Trust – It’s a term you’re probably heard before. But what exactly is it, and what’s its function in an estate plan? Don’t know? Rest assured, even those who have living trusts often find them difficult to explain. To understand how...
Creating an estate plan is one of the most considerate things you can do for your family members. Not only does it protect their future assets, it makes life easier for them when you pass on. Having to deal with uncertainty when they have already lost someone important to them is the last thing your family should have to worry about when you pass away.
When you’re young and healthy, creating a will is probably not too high on your list of priorities. But there are many benefits of having a will, especially if you have children. A will is legally binding and...
Do you want to keep your family secure financially once you pass away, but don’t know how? Don’t worry, you’re not alone. Most people don’t know where to start when it comes to creating a will, trust, or estate plan.