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Is it really possible to avoid probate?

As soon as one begins looking into estate planning and creating a plan to leave property to heirs and beneficiaries, it doesn't take long to run up against the looming possibility of probate. When an estate passes through probate, the state assumes an individual's estate and distributes it, but at great potential expense to the value of the estate and significantly increasing the amount of time that beneficiaries must wait to receive anything.

What are the benefits of a revocable living trust?

Throughout our combined years of practice, we have found that many people still come to us with misconceptions about how trusts function. Some believe that trusts are only for the wealthy or that a simple will can meet their estate planning needs. While both of these may be true to an extent, trusts can do much more than many people realize.

Do you need to update your will? 

Every adult should have a will, even if only to make end of life wishes clear. However, merely having a will does not offer the full range of benefits that a person can enjoy. It is also important to keep a will updated regularly to address any life changes that may affect the will.

Are you a parent? You need to have a will and estate plan

If you're planning to have a baby, then you also need to have a will. The most important reason why relates to the unlikely event that you and the other parent die. A last will and testament will dictate who shall serve as the guardians of your children if you and the other parent of your child are no longer able.

Who will make your health care decisions for you when you can't?

Your health care decisions are important matters that can have a big impact on your final days. When it comes time to make those decisions, there is a chance that you won't be able to make them on your own. This is often the case if your mind isn't what it used to be.

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