Will In-Laws Inherit If I Don’t Have a Will?

When someone passes away, whether unexpectedly or not, it can raise questions about who will inherit what. Specifically, you might be wondering whether in-laws have a right to any of the assets of the deceased person.
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Can I Keep Stepchildren Out of Estate Plan?

Estate planning is nearly always worthwhile but can be extra important when you have stepchildren.
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What to Do When a Spouse Dies

Unfortunately, during the grieving process surviving spouses also need to navigate the complex financial issues that arise after the death of their partner.
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Do Heirs Have to Pay Debts from an Estate?

First, debts in a person’s estate are payable from the decedent’s assets in the course of administering their probate estate or administering their living trust estate.
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Why Everyone Needs a Will and an Estate Plan

Estate planning is the process of anticipating and arranging for the management and disposal of a person's estate during the person's life in preparation for a person's future incapacity or death.
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Singles Need Estate Planning to Protect During Lifetime

You’re single, and you don’t have an estate plan or even a will. Perhaps you think you don’t need either because you’re not wealthy and don’t have children.
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Should You have a Pet Trust Created?

Specialized pet trust law has developed because of the huge popularity of pets in this country, and the strong desire of pet owners to provide for their pets, even after the owner's death.
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Estate Planning for Blended Families

There are many different configurations of blended families. However, they are generally made up of married couples who have children from previous marriages or relationships.
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Should You Convert to a Roth IRA?

If you have a Roth IRA, you may be planning to use it as part of your retirement income.
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Use Estate Planning to Prepare for Cognitive Decline

Data from sources like the U.S. Census Bureau shows in no uncertain terms that the U.S. population has grown older over the prior two decades.
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