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How to Get a Death Certificate After a Loved One Dies

When a loved one passes away, it's important to get a death certificate. This document is necessary to handle the financial and legal affairs of the deceased person.

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What Is the Difference Between a Will and a Trust?

Wills and trusts are foundational estate planning tools. While each is used to distribute your hard-earned assets to your loved ones, they do so in different ways. Each also has its own distinct uses and advantages.

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Be Aware of the Dangers of Joint Accounts

While joint accounts can be useful in certain circumstances, they can have dire consequences if not used properly. Adding a loved one to a bank account can expose you to their creditors and affect Medicaid planning.

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What You Should Know About Prepaid Funeral Plans

Today, an increasing number of people are planning their own funerals or memorial services. They may also designate their funeral preferences in detail and sometimes even pay for a funeral ceremony in advance.

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Who Does a Probate Attorney Represent: Executor or Heirs?

Many executors don't understand the probate process and leave the tasks to the lawyer. While the executor has a fiduciary duty to protect the heirs' interests, does the lawyer? It depends on your state.

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Navigating Disputes in Probate Court

Professional estate planning considers eventual probate and estate administration to avoid common problems. However, should disputes arise, an experienced litigator can protect and guide you in probate court.

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40% of People Say They Don't Have Enough to Make a Will

Four in 10 people believe they do not have enough assets to make a will, according to a new survey. This statistic reflects a common misconception about estate planning: that it is only for the wealthy.

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A Useless Power of Attorney: Avoid Free Legal Documents

You might be tempted to download a free power of attorney form when looking for estate planning services online. But will that be enough to ensure the document is legally recognized?

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What Is MAID (Medical Aid-in-Dying)?

Some people may wish to decline life-saving treatment if facing a terminal illness. Others opt to seek out a physician's assistance in dying. Acting to end life before its natural course has run poses grave moral issues for many.

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A Seniors Guide to Estate Planning

Most older adults acknowledge that estate planning is essential. Yet, nearly half of Americans age 55 or older do not have a will. Even fewer have designated powers of attorney, a living will, or health care directives. 

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