The last thing anyone wants after the death of a family member is calls from debt collectors dunning the loved one’s estate.
Category: Estate Planning FAQ
Many types of property and investments pass outside of probate and allow you to designate who will receive them after your death. It is important that these designations are kept up to date and are consistent with the rest of your estate plan.
Is having an out-of-date will better than having no will at all? While wills do not have expiration dates, certain changes can render them useless.
As more and more people marry more than once, prenuptial agreements have become an important estate planning tool. Without a prenuptial agreement, your new spouse may be able to invalidate your existing estate plan.
Being a trustee is a big responsibility and if you don’t perform your duties properly, you could be personally liable. That’s why it’s important to hire the right people to guide you in this important role.