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Wills

Reasons to update your will

No part of the estate planning process is a one-and-done kind of thing. These plans must evolve to work with life changes. For example, Massachusetts residents who have taken the time to write wills may want to review and update them for any of the following...

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Disinheriting a homophobic family member

Because so many people in this country still have prejudices against those in the LGBT community, same-sex couples may have issues with certain family members inheriting any of their estate. Simply leaving someone out of a will may not be enough, as a family member...

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Ademption of a will in Massachusetts

Abatement of a will in Massachusetts is the process of reducing the dollar amount of certain gifts so that the estate can cover the promises it makes. This is somewhat common due to the fact that fortunes fluctuate. The original terms of a will may not apply to the...

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Revoking a will in Massachusetts

Estate planning experts recommend that Wakefield residents create a will and other important estate instruments early on in their adult lives. Yet having said this, it is also recognized that much can change over the course of one's life, and that their desires and...

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