The practice of creating a Last Will and Testament dates back to ancient Greece. In the United States, procedures for writing a Last Will are not altogether different than they were several hundred years ago. Archaic laws and requirements for creating a Last Will have contributed to the growing problem of people not having a valid Will at the time of their deaths.Read More
When it comes to choosing a guardian for your children, it is important to carefully consider a variety of factors before you make a decision. In this article, we will explore the different roles that a guardian plays and highlight some of the important things to think about.Read More
More than one-half of Americans do not have a Last Will and Testament. For those between the ages of 30 and 49, just 35% report having a last will. The reasons for this are simple. Many people believe that only wealthy people or those with assets require a will. And if we’re honest, no one likes to think about dying or believe that their death is imminent. This is especially true for those who have yet to reach middle age.Read More
Creating a Last Will and Testament can be a confusing and stressful process. Most people are simply unfamiliar with the seemingly unending list of archaic legal terms used in a will. To make the process easier for our users, the following article provides a brief overview of 10 important legal terms to know before creating a will.
When it comes time to make a Last Will and Testament, many face a difficult choice. Pursue a low-cost option like a do-it-yourself (DIY) will platform or have one prepared by an attorney.Read More
When it comes to creating a last will, one of the things that you need to consider is who you will appoint as an executor. While there is technically no “right” choice, there can certainly be a “wrong” one. In this article, we will discuss what an executor is and provide you with some tips for choosing the right executor for your estate.Read More