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  • Initial Talks: Be Proactive About Planning Your Estate

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    Planning your estate gives you control over your final affairs.  Take the initiative and keep in mind for your initial consultation with your estate planning attorney the following: Designate individuals you trust to act on your behalf.  Your Executor will carry out your final wishes …

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  • Simplifying Probate: A Self-Proving Affidavit

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    Avoid oversights when planning your estate.  Make sure your family can easily probate your will by including a self-proving affidavit.   A self-proving affidavit is a sworn, written statement signed by the will-maker and his or her witnesses in the presence of a notary which attests …

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  • Testamentary Capacity: Is It Ever Too Late To Plan Your Estate?

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    There never seems to be an opportune time to plan your estate.  It is, however, essential to protect yourself and your family.  Planning your estate must be done when you are physically and psychologically capable of making important decisions.  One essential requirement is testamentary capacity. For …

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