1. Make (or update) your will. Simply put, you need a will. Without a will, you are said to have died “intestate”, meaning your estate must go through the probate court where an administrator is appointed to distribute your assets according to your state’s law....
When people think about estate planning, they generally think only about a will. Although a will is an important part of an estate plan, it only takes effect after you die. Other documents are needed to carry out your wishes and manage your assets in the event you are...
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