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Oral wills often don’t hold up

A deathbed will is a set of oral instructions given by the dying party to someone else in the room. That person then becomes, in some cases, the only one who knows what that person wanted to happen with their estate. But that’s not the only time when an oral will may...

Estate planning and low-income families

When people think about the type of person who needs an estate plan, many likely picture a wealthy investor or a family with significant assets. However, it is imperative for low-income families to recognize the importance of estate planning as well. In fact, estate...

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