A pour-over will is a type of last will and testament typically used in trust-based estate planning. Unlike a traditional will, which directs how your property will be distributed to beneficiaries, a pour-over will states that assets not funded into your
If you're thinking ahead about your estate planning and are concerned about the possibility of someone challenging your will and slowing down the administration of your estate, these are important considerations. Most people who pass away in MI leave b
If you're young, single, and don't have a large number of assets, you might think that it's fine to skip having a last will and testament. Far too many family members, however, discover when it's too late that wills are not just for the rich and famous.
There are many different life circumstances that might prompt you to update an existing will. Making changes to your will is relatively simple so long as you understand the legal impacts of updating your document. A few different kinds of wills are legal
Everyone is aware of the potential repercussions of not having clear instructions for your personal information and your records if you were to pass away. But it's also one of those easy things to kick off into the future and assuming it's not relevant to
Most people recognize that their estate plan at a minimum must include a last will and testament but there are a few other documents that you should consider putting in place to ensure that your wishes are known and protected in the event this is needed.
You’ve created your will, stored it in a fireproof box, and made sure that your estate planning attorney and other relevant stakeholders had access to it. This doesn't mean that you can forget about the importance of updating your will as different life e