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What is a Revocable Trust, and Do I Need One?

Learn what a revocable trust is and what it can do for you. Trusts are not just for the rich. We discuss the benefits to a revocable trust for the average person, along with the reasons some individuals may not want a trust.
you can add and remove items from the box at will. At the time of your death or incapacitation…have designated. When they open the box they will find a set of rules that they have to follow https://www.pedlaw.com/blog/what-revocable-trust-and-do-i-need-one

Death and Debt, Who Pays Mom's Bills?

Find out who has to pay a deceased parent’s debts after they pass away. What happens if the medical bills and credit cards are larger than the whole estate?
she will not be paying this month…s estate will be responsible for the bill and that you per…s debts or funeral expenses because that will come back to bite you. All this said https://www.pedlaw.com/blog/death-and-debt-who-pays-moms-bills

Using Fillable Forms vs. Hiring an Attorney

Before you can decide whether you should use an attorney to draft your will or just use a fill in the blank form online, you need to know the advantages of having a local attorney. Learn the benefits of consulting an attorney versus using fill in the blan…
Most people understand that they need a will or other estate documents. What they don…with you and get to know you personally. He will ask about your financial situation https://www.pedlaw.com/blog/using-fillable-forms-vs-hiring-attorney

Estate Planning for the Single Parent

Are you a busy single parent? Find out why a single parent’s estate planning cannot wait until life slows down. Learn what documents are needed and how they can help protect your loved ones.
state planning complete is still important. WILL Every single parent needs to have a Will as known as a Last Will and Testament. In a Will you name who you want to be responsible for https://www.pedlaw.com/blog/estate-planning-single-parent

What Happens If You Die Without a Will?

Do you have a Last Will and Testament? Many are under the impression that if they pass away, their property will all go to their spouse, but that is not always the case. Find out how the State of Wisconsin handles someone passing away without a Last Wil…
having a Last Will and Testament drafted is something that you …le assume that when you pass away everything will be given to your surviving spouse… but not for all. If you pass away without a will https://www.pedlaw.com/blog/what-happens-if-you-die-without-will