Wills

Many women have financial fears and avoid estate planning until well in their 50's - or 60's and 70's! In...

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Illinois laws concerning probate procedures and execution of wills are intended to prevent fraudulent behavior. However, will fraud unfortunately does...

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A will is an essential estate planning document that specifies what you want to be done with your assets after...

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January is known as "divorce month" because of a spike in divorce and separation filings that occur in the early...

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Under new retirement rules, IRAs (individual retirement accounts) and 401(k) beneficiaries may not see their inheritances for a decade under...

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I've told my family that I don't want life-sustaining medical care. Why do I need a legal document that says...

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The definition of a holographic will is that it is a handwritten will signed by a person, called the testator,...

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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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