Estate Planning Basics
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Every year, Nolo's expert attorneys thouroughly review and update WillMaker. Here are the updates make for the 2015 version.
A statutory form is a form created by a government, usually designed to serve as a model form or a free form for the public. The text of the form re...
It's usually okay to put strings on bequests you leave in your will.
Use your estate plan to leave important instructions about your property, children, and health care.
If you’re going through the emotional and financial turmoil of a divorce, estate planning may be the last thing on your mind.
Leaving an explanatory letter can be a meaningful and safe way to express sentiments that don’t belong in your will. Learn more about