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Why a DIY will is a bad idea

Beginning the estate planning process at any stage in your life is essential in preparing for your future. Writing a will ensures that the court and your family follow your wishes for your assets and property after your death. You may think creating a will on your...

Can you fight a will contest?

When a loved one passes away, managing their estate and handling the reading of the will can be an emotional and difficult process. When someone decides to contest the will, it is important that you stand up for what you believe in. If you have faith that the will is...

How to explain your estate plan to family

Your family needs someone to think of it, and if you die, someone must consider the consequences of not having you. Estate planning accounts for the emotional, financial and physical condition of your family and assets. The State of Missouri examines your wishes in a...

Should I have a will?

“I’m too young and I’m not rich.” “I don’t even know how to make a will.” “Won’t it just all go to my spouse?” It’s easy to assume that you don’t need a will. In fact, 70% of Americans don’t have a one. That doesn’t mean that you don’t need estate planning, though....



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