answered on Apr 2, 2023
A will is a relatively simple legal instrument that a reasonably intelligent person ought to be able to prepare on their own without a problem.
Nevertheless, we frequently see situations where a reasonably intelligent person has botched one. I just handled a probate for a man who botched... Read more »
answered on Mar 11, 2023
I'm sorry, it seems like the message got cut off. Can you please provide more context or complete your message?
answered on Feb 10, 2021
When an initial trustee passes, the successor trustee who is next in line automatically succeeds to the role. If there is no successor trustee, then look to see if the trust has a trust protector who can appoint someone to fill the role. Or sometimes the trust allows the income beneficiaries or... Read more »
I came to the marriage with 2 children. We had 2 more. My husband wants them to be equal beneficiaries, but the online will we used just says "References in the Will to my "children" shall refer to all children of mine whether born or adopted subsequent to the date of this will.... Read more »
answered on Feb 24, 2020
Yes, this can be done. An estate planning attorney can help you do this correctly. Online forms are very limited in what they can accomplish.
answered on Aug 1, 2017
Still potentially too complex to state for sure. Does his net worth include assets in joint name or with beneficiaries, etc.
will answer your question, but you're going to have... Read more »
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