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A number of problems can arise from the instructions regarding how to dispose of a decedent’s assets under a will. One of the most common issues involves someone challenging a will based on a number of reasons related to its validity, its plan for the ...

A will or last will and testament, as it is sometimes called, represents the foundation of the estate planning process. Suffice to say, most people are familiar with the basics of creating a will and its legal impact on the estate planning process, however most...

Understanding how to prepare a will serves as the foundation of the estate planning process. Understanding the basic principles as to the legal impact of a will and the proper steps which go into how to make a will can offer a testator (the maker...

What is inheritance law?Inheritance law involves the rules governing how property will be passed along from a decedent (a person who has died) to survivors (persons selected by the decedent to receive their property upon death). Inheritance laws not only state what is required for...

Like a will, a codicil to a will is a testamentary instrument, included after the initial will is executed. Essentially, writing a codicil to a will alters or expands the provisions in a previous will.Codicils are often used to account for changes among will heirs...