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Why you may need a disinheritance clause

If you’re creating your estate plan and you want to disinherit one of your heirs, it essentially just means you don’t want to leave them any of your assets. They’re not going to get family heirlooms or financial assets. Perhaps you have one heir with whom you are...

2 signs you could be dealing with a fraudulent will

Sometimes a will turns out to be fraudulent. As you probably know, a fraudulent will cannot be enforced. Rather, a will that is deemed fraudulent may be challenged by the interested parties. Here are some of the red lights that may be indicative of a fraudulent will....

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