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Making An Estate Plan During The Pandemic

Making An Estate Plan During The Pandemic

The ongoing coronavirus pandemic is certainly depressing. However, you can ease this negative situation by establishing an estate plan.  Even those who have an estate plan in place should meet with an estate planning attorney to review and update the details of...

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Contesting A Will? Learn How

Contesting A Will? Learn How

Probate proceedings are known to take some time. One thing that can greatly extend the process is by contesting a will. If you’ve recently lost a loved one, and have reason to disagree with the will, what can you do? How can you contest a will? The...

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5 Estate Planning Mistakes To Avoid

5 Estate Planning Mistakes To Avoid

Estate planning is a necessary part of getting older, especially if you wish to protect your family. It’s also very complex and can lead to a lot of confusion. Just like any legal matter, it requires a trained professional to ensure your assets and loved ones are...

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Filing Bankruptcy: Is It Right For You?

Filing Bankruptcy: Is It Right For You?

Bankruptcy has a bad reputation for negatively affecting your credit and liquidating assets. However, filing bankruptcy allows individuals and businesses to gain a fresh start on a path towards financial freedom from debt. There are many different types of bankruptcy,...

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How To Set Up A Trust

How To Set Up A Trust

If you're asking yourself how to set up a trust, then you understand the importance of protecting your assets. What is a trust? A trust is a legal document that designates assets to be protected and controlled by the trustee.  With a trust, a grantor, the person...

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How To Make A Will In Illinois

How To Make A Will In Illinois

When preparing for the future, you must also prepare for the unexpected. While it’s unpleasant to think about, setting up a will is something that every adult should do. You never know when you may become incapacitated or worse. Learning how to make a will can save...

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How To File Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

How To File Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

Chapter 7 bankruptcy is a form of bankruptcy that eliminates your debts. In some cases, it may require liquidation or the selling of assets in order to pay off debts. However, in almost all Chapter 7 cases, the filer can keep their home and vehicles. I. The other...

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FREE GUIDE:

Will vs. a Trust:
What’s Best for You?

Estate planning is full of choices. This guide will help you decide whether a will or trust is right for you.

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