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What is the Difference Between a Will and a Trust in Pennsylvania?

Everybody needs a will. A will is a legal document that determines what happens to your property and possessions when you …

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What should I consider when planning my estate in Louisiana?

There are several resources and tools to consider in estate planning. In a will, you can name an executor, avoid intestacy, …

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Is it a good idea to choose a family member as executor or trustee of my estate in Florida?

Each family needs to weigh the pros and cons of their own situation when deciding who should serve as executor or trustee of …

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Does California Law Allow Me to Disinherit a Child?

Yes, you can leave your estate to whomever you wish, including to a friend, a charitable organization, beloved pet or …

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How to set up an estate plan in Nevada?

The first step should be to find an attorney you like who has rates you can afford. The attorney will discuss options …

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