Category Archives: Wills

Will Clauses…Part III…More Clauses

In the last two posts (here and here), I described several introductory clauses that can be found in a typical Last Will and Testament. This will be the last post in this series providing further explanations to some basic clauses found in your … Continue reading

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Will Clauses Part II…More

Last post, I described several introductory clauses that can be found in a typical Last Will and Testament. This time I will provide further definitions to some basic clauses found in your Will. Tangible Personal Property. Tangible personal property generally … Continue reading

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Will Clauses – Part 1: The Introductory Clauses

Most clients say that all they need is a “simple” will. Beyond the fact that there is no such thing as a “simple” will, I thought a short primer on many of the clauses that should be found in a … Continue reading

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Basic Will Definitions

When meeting with an estate planning attorney, most new clients will be thrown a great deal of legal jargon describing different types of estate plans. Hopefully, the attorney will thoroughly explain all the options.  However, having a basic, working knowledge … Continue reading

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