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Blog Posts in February, 2013

Who Should Have an Estate Plan?

In today's world, just about anyone can benefit from the use of an estate plan. There are a number of tools that are available to those that are looking to plan for the future. In the state of New ...
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Why Have an Attorney Help With Probate?

The process of probate is one that has a reputation for being difficult and even the simplest of mistakes can set back the will from continuing forward. Some of this can be avoided in the initial ...
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How Often Should You Review a Will?

Wills are one tool that can be used to make sure that your voice is heard in regards to your estate. There are many reasons that come up in life why a person may no longer be able to have the main say ...
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