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Tag Archives: Creating a Will


Making Changes To Your Will After You Get Married

By Eric Millhorn |

People make wills at all stages of life, and sometimes they forget to update the wills to account for changes in their lives. For example, a person who makes a will and then later gets married may not remember to go back and change the will to account for the new spouse or any… Read More »


Will Challenges Based On Fraud And Undue Influence

By Eric Millhorn |

When a testator (the person making a will) dies and the contents of his will are revealed, there are some family members who may seek to contest the will for various reasons. In some cases, the will challenge is based on a feeling that the challenger should have received a larger bequest. However, sometimes,… Read More »


How Your Estate Is Distributed If You Die Without A Will

By Eric Millhorn |

It is sometimes said that by failing to plan, a person is planning to fail. This is often the case when a person dies intestate and his estate is divided up without regard to what the person would have wanted. Making a will does not always have to be a complicated or even expensive… Read More »


Durable Power of Attorney

By Eric Millhorn |

A durable power of attorney is an important part of an estate plan. In general, a power of attorney is a legal document where one person designates another person to have the legal ability to make certain decisions for them and to participate in certain transactions on their behalf. The person who is the… Read More »

Things to Consider Before Writing Your Will

By Eric Millhorn |

It may be difficult to think about death, but it is important for your sake and the sake of your loved ones to prepare for that eventuality by making a comprehensive estate plan that may include a will. However, there are some things that you should think about before sitting down to write your… Read More »

Why Might A Will Be Declared Invalid?

By Eric Millhorn |

The vast majority of wills are probated and executed with no issue. However, you may have heard that unhappy family members sometimes contest the wills of loved ones in court. You may wonder how people can fight over a document that should be pretty clear on its face. This article looks at some of… Read More »

How to Choose the Right Executor of Your Will

By Eric Millhorn |

Making a will is an important part of estate planning. One of the things that you need to decide is who you want to be the executor of your will. If you choose a person as opposed to a law firm or other entity, you will also want to have an alternate in case… Read More »

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