Wills

Estate planning documents provide peace of mind. But more importantly, wills and trusts are legally enforceable documents that ensure your...

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Who will receive your assets if something happens to you? Your beneficiaries are the people you've said will receive your...

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The Illinois Statutory Short Form Power of Attorney for Health Care, commonly called a Health Care POA,  allows you to...

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You have the right to distribute your assets any way you choose. Illinois law does not require you to divide...

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A personal representative or an executor is someone named in a will to administer the decedent’s probate estate. Your will...

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If you own real estate, a transfer on death deed (TOD) is an easy way for you to pass your...

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I'm preparing my will. I know some of my family won't like the way I'm distributing my assets. How can...

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Caring.com’s 2019 survey says nearly 60% of U.S. adults do not currently have estate planning documents such as a will...

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Not everyone is always happy with the terms of a will. Soon after someone dies, family members and close contacts...

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In Illinois, the deceased person’s family is not responsible for their debt - but their estate is. If your spouse...

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