Some people add conditions to the gifts they leave in their last wills, and many try to prevent their heirs from disputing the conditions with no-contest clauses. Find out what they are and how they work in this blog post.
Many Americans have elderly parents and are unsure how to discuss difficult topics like estate or funeral planning with them. In this post, we outline three topics you should cover with your parents and several legal documents they’ll find useful.
Discussing what might happen after you pass away can be difficult, but with an End-of-Life Plan to help sort out your memorial service and other decisions, the discussion can be a little easier. In this post, we explore what this...
A Living Trust and Pour-Over Will are two estate planning documents that tend to work really well together. In this post, we explore how these two legal documents can work for your estate plan.
The executor of a Will is responsible for making a lot of different decisions, but are there limits to their powers? This post goes through an executor’s responsibilities and gives examples of what they can and can’t do.