Estate Planning
Last Will and Testament

Top 10 Questions about Wills and Trusts

Why do I need a will?

What happens if I die without a will?

Can I prepare my own will?

What property is controlled by my will?

Will I have to pay federal estate taxes?

Do I need a living trust?

How can I provide for my minor children?

Who should be the executor of my estate?

Do I need a power of attorney?

Do I need a living will?


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