For most people, the durable power of attorney is the most important estate planning instrument available — even more useful than a will. A power of attorney allows a person…

Congress sets the amount that an individual can transfer tax-free either during life or at death. The current estate tax exemption is so high that very few estates will have…

What are the estate planning and home ownership options when two more generations live together? Increasingly, several generations of American families are living together. According to a Pew Research Center…

Long-term care involves not only a loss of personal autonomy; it also comes at a tremendous financial price. Proper estate planning can help your family prepare for the financial toll…

Many people believe that if they are single, they don’t need a will or other estate planning documents. But estate planning is just as important for single people as it is…

As more and more people marry more than once, prenuptial agreements have become an important estate planning tool. Without a prenuptial agreement, your new spouse may be able to invalidate…

While it is important to have an updated estate plan, there is a lot of information that your heirs should know that doesn’t necessarily fit into a will, trust or…

Creating and executing estate planning documents is just the first step. Once you have completed the documents, you need to know what to do with them. All estate plans should…

You may need to reevaluate some elements of your estate plan in light of the coronavirus pandemic. There are unique aspects of this crisis that your current estate planning documents…

For the estate planning attorneys at Weeks Law Firm, the ongoing litigation over James Brown’s estate is a good example of why estate planning is so important. The case has…

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