Posts tagged with "last will and testament"



Estate Planning · January 02, 2023
Creditors And Your Estate Plan
Your family and loved ones are much more important than your money, yet you want to avoid leaving them in debt. If you have purchased assets (such as a home) using borrowed funds, the debt will continue to exist even after your death. Creditors and debt collectors may attempt to collect from you before they know your circumstances. To see how preparing for the future may prepare you for a smoother transition and more peace of mind, continue reading...
Estate Planning · December 26, 2022
3 Essential Questions To Ask Before Creating Your Will Online
Wills are essential to estate planning, but how can you determine whether it makes sense to draft one online? The answer is dependent on numerous factors. In general, if you want a will that's legally legitimate in your state and free of errors, you should consult an attorney. However, online wills may be viable if you don't mind certain constraints or potential complications down the road. To assist you in making this decision, read more here...
Estate Planning · August 26, 2022
What Your Last Will & Testament Will (And Will Not) Do—Part 2
While a will is a necessary part of most estate plans, your will is typically a very small part of a comprehensive estate plan. A will alone cannot guarantee that your family will not go to court if you become incapacitated or when you die. If you want to learn why? Here are the things you should not expect your will to accomplish!
Estate Planning · November 19, 2021
10 Things You Should Know About Living Wills
You've most likely heard people mention a couple of different types of wills when it comes to estate planning, and the most common is a "last will and testament," or known as a "will." But you may have also heard people talk about what's called a "living will." Both terms describe important legal documents, but their purpose and how they work are very different. We'll discuss some of the most critical things you should know about living wills and why it's essential in every adult's estate plan.