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What is meant by undue influence?

Wills are an essential part of estate planning. A clearly written, comprehensive will can certainly relive grieving family members of confusion and misunderstandings. But what happens after the will is drafted and then changed due to the influence of a loved one, family member or caretaker?

California's new 'transfer on death' deed: How does it work?

For most of us, there are no satisfactory alternatives to estate planning. It is almost always the best way to ensure that your property and assets go where you want them to, and that your end-of-life wishes are recorded and honored.

The importance of advance health care directives

Many discussions about estate planning focus on the bequest of assets. Everyone should get to decide what happens to their property and assets when they pass, and estate planning would be worth it even if that was its only benefit.

4 reasons to make an estate plan in 2016

If it’s not already, one of your New Year’s resolutions should be to get your affairs in order, and this isn’t just for people in their golden years. Whether we like to acknowledge it or not, the truth is that a devastating accident or injury can strike at any moment. The only way to make sure that the people and property you care about are protected is by getting a plan in place.

What you should know when a loved one dies in debt

When most people think of estate planning, they picture the transfer of wealth and assets. Parents often leave money and property to their children and grandchildren, for instance. In such cases, being the executor of a loved one's estate may be a welcome and manageable responsibility.

Your business needs an estate plan, too

If you own a business then you have two types of estate planning to think about: personal and business. Ultimately, business estate planning answers the question, “What will happen to your business when you are gone, and how will that take place?”

Estate planning considerations for single professionals

Estate planning decisions are usually pretty straightforward for married people. Most often, your spouse is your main beneficiary and the person you choose to handle medical decisions in the case of incapacity. But what if you are single?

Why you should avoid the DIY approach to estate planning: Part II

In our last post, we began a discussion about the potential problems associated with do-it-yourself estate planning. It may be tempting to save money by filling out free online forms instead of working with an attorney, but as the old saying goes, you usually get what you pay for.

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