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The Process of Creating Your Will

Getting ready to create your will: Okay, so you get the idea and importance of creating a will. But what does it actually look like to make one? How do you prepare before you meet with an estate planning attorney, and what are the concrete steps once you do? If the...

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The Real Reason To Plan Your Estate

A Common Regret Your eyes travel to your dad’s face, motionless on the crisp white pillowcase, and you shake your head. It’s not that he didn’t know he should set up an appointment to plan his estate at some point. You're sure he thought about it, despite all his...

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Is Avoiding Probate The Right Choice For My Estate?

Is Avoiding Probate Automatically the Better Choice? Start With Understanding Exactly What Probate Is Okay so, probate. If you’ve heard the word at all, chances are it might seem a bit scary. A lot of people wonder if avoiding probate is possible and better than going...

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Estate Planning In Virginia

Every state’s requirements for wills and estate distribution is a little different. If you made an estate plan years ago in Georgia, it might not meet all state requirements if you’ve moved to retire in North Carolina. A nuisance, right? Right. But it’s important for...

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What Does Intestacy Mean For Your Estate?

What Does Intestacy Mean? If someone you love has died without a will, you may have heard the legal term “intestacy”.  It sounds weird, but it's just a word used to describe someone's estate when they've not created an official will before their death. It has certain...

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Who Will Take Care of My Kids If I Die?

Who Will Take Care of My Kids If Die?If you've taken time to plan your estate, you've most likely set up a guardian for your minor children who will automatically gain custody of your children if you were to pass away. But creating a will and estate planning isn't...

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Our Five Step Estate Planning Process

We know the thought of planning your estate can feel overwhelming and complicated, so we've worked hard to break our estate planning process down into five simple and easy steps. Check them out below: Step 1: Consultation What to Expect: The consultation is our...

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