Wills

A pour-over will is a special kind of will so that someone's assets are automatically transferred to a previously established...

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When you have major life-changing events such as a birth, death or divorce, it's important to update both your will...

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Many people have questions about the differences between a will and a trust. Both are legal documents to protect your...

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If you just moved to Illinois from another state, your legally executed will from that state is still valid. However,...

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If you die without a will in Illinois, your estate is designated intestate. Intestate laws divide a person’s property based...

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Typically a home is your most valuable asset. It is important for homeowners to know how their homeowners' deed impacts...

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Many couples getting married today enter into a prenuptial agreement, also called a premarital agreement or a prenup. Today many...

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A personal property memo is a legal document to change or amend an existing will, also called an addendum or...

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When a will is contested,  the deceased's heirs may contest the validity of a will. If the validity of a...

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We've all seen and heard references to a Last Will and Testament. And more frequently, people are learning about the...

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