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image of woman making a decisionChoosing a Personal Representative of your will is an important decision a number of people find difficult to make. With some care and these helpful suggestions, you can make an informed choice for your Personal Representative.

image of a married coupleThe steps to creating a trust are straight forward and simple - with proper advice from an experienced estate planning attorney. Essentially, there are two steps to creating a trust.

image of college studentsMost schools begin classes in September, including colleges and universities. If you have college aged children, you need to consider having an estate planning attorney create some basic documents to ensure their continued protection.

right or wrongFrom time to time, I have conservations with people who are under the impression that a Will is a simple legal document and the services of an estate planning attorney are not necessary to create a Will.  When I inquire about the motivation to use a do-it-yourself approach to a Will, cost is almost always the reason provided.  This is a very dangerous approach for two reasons:

Do It NowA divorce is often a stressful time, frought with emotion...and a lot of paperwork.  After all the income/expense statements, parenting plans, and other documents necessary for a divorce you would think you're finished with lawyers once the divorce is finalized, but that would be a mistake.

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