Tag: estate planning
No-Contest Clauses in Last Wills
Some people add conditions to the gifts they leave in their last wills, and many try to prevent their heirs from disputing the conditions with no-contest clauses. Find out what they are and how they work in this blog post.
Strange Requests in Last Wills
There have been some odd final wishes written into Last Will and Testaments over the years. Here are some of the strangest requests we've read about.
3 Common Estate Planning Mistakes
Creating your estate documents? Here are three common mistakes to avoid.
How a Living Trust and Pour-Over Will Work Together
Do you have a Living Trust? Learn how to complete your trust-based estate plans with a Pour-Over Will.
Revocable Living Trust vs. Last Will
Do you need a Living Trust or a Last Will? Examine how these documents differ and work together to plan your estate.
What is a Holographic Will?
A Last Will and Testament is usually carefully crafted according to state regulations, typed using a word processor, and signed by at least two witnesses and the testator. But what can someone do when creating a Last Will isn’t possible?