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    by Published on 08-29-2012 05:32 PM

    Wills and probate may be one of by far the most worrying ...

    Are There Different Types of Wills?

    There are three main types of wills: written, holographic, and nuncupative. A holographic will is a will that is handwritten by the testator without the presence of any witnesses. Holographic wills are not validly recognized in many states, ...

    A will is a legal document in which an individual decides how to divide his or her assets and property. A will is also the place to name a guardian for your minor children or dependents. ...

    The requirements for a valid will are dependent on the jurisdiction you are in. You should check your own stateís code to make sure you have satisfied all requirements ...

    Wills 


    A will is a written or oral declaration declaring who will receive the personís property upon his/her death. The author of the will is ...

    Trusts 


    A trust is a means of protecting your assets and providing for your loved ones after you have passed away. A trust is an alternative ...

    Estate planning involves determining how your assets will be divided but also includes ...

    The law of intestacy governs the distribution of a personís assets if they ...

    Each state has its own complex system of Estate laws which tend to vary greatly. There is, however, a Uniform Probate Code (UPC) which was created to federally ...

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