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26th Aug 2015
Estate Planning may seem like something only older, extremely wealthy people need to think about. However, this is not the case. Estate planning is something everyone should not only think about, but also prepare for. Once something happens to us, … more
9th Sep 2013
William Shakespeare, the Bard of Avon, said “A rose by any other name smells just as sweet.” In estate planning, having a different name can spell a world of difference. The difference can be termed as differences in “legal personality.” … more
29th May 2012
Requirements for a valid will vary from state to state. In California, the minimum age for a person to be able to legally prepare a will is 18 years old. More than that, the person must be of sound mind. … more