Unfortunately, the person that you have named the first time you created your estate plan may not be able to fulfill those responsibilities. For example, they may have aged to the point they are just not capable to act in this important role, or they have passed away. It is also possible that you are… Read more »
Did you know legal documents are meant to be binding in a court of law? In order for this to happen, however, they must be drafted in very specific ways. In an effort to save money, some people will attempt to have a non-lawyer prepare their legal documents. Unfortunately, this can be a very serious… Read more »
Estate planning is such a critical part of our lives. It can ensure that we are protected against any future circumstances, and that our loved ones are protected as well. A Virginia estate plan gives us a way to create a legacy, which is something that can be in place long after we are gone.… Read more »
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