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WILLS IN 4 EASY STEPS

If you don’t have a will, or have one that is old, the thought of calling numerous attorneys to ask about the process and the cost can be overwhelming.  And if you are thinking about Revocable Living Trust, you may not have a clue where to begin.  Legacy Trust and Wills has made it our

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Trust Amendments – What are They?

A Trust Amendment is a legal document that changes specific provisions of a Revocable Living Trust but leaves all of the other provisions unchanged. A Revocable Living Trust is a legal contract between the Trust’s maker, called the Settlor or Grantor, and the Trustee, which may be changed at any time and requires the Trustee

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WILL OR TRUST – WHICH ONE SHOULD YOU CHOOSE?

A Will and a Living Trust are two (2) separate and unique documents.  Consequently, there are several differences between them.  The most important difference is how these documents relate to Probate, which is the Court administered process by which the decedent’s assets are collected, their liabilities are liquidated, necessary taxes are paid and property is

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What makes up an Estate Plan?

Think estate plans are just for the wealthy? The fact is, just about anyone with a home and a family can benefit from sophisticated estate planning. A well-crafted estate plan can do a lot for you and your family when it matters most. In fact, a modern estate plan is not just about death. It

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Healthcare Proxy Defined

No one likes to imagine becoming incapacitated due to illness or injury. But if it should ever happen, who would make critical decisions for you? Answering that question is the purpose of a healthcare proxy, also called a medical power of attorney. This important document enables you to appoint someone you trust to make healthcare