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estate planning Archives

Jerry Lewis provides an important reminder about wills

There are times when a person will want to leave people out of his or her will. If the person is someone who would normally be listed in the line of succession for a person who dies without an estate, the will should explicitly state that the person is being intentionally left out of the will.

Digital assets are the subject of a new law in New Jersey

Your online activities are a big part of your life. It is imperative that you take the time to think about what is going to happen to your digital assets when you pass away or your loved ones might be left with a difficult situation that requires them to figure out if and how they can access this information. In some cases, bank accounts and other financial accounts online can provide your loved ones with stability during this troubling time.

Don't make creating your will more difficult than it has to be

When you decide that it is time to create a will, you have to think about what you want contained in the will. In your quest to get the will drawn up, there is a chance that you will make the process more difficult than what it has to be. Here are some points you should know that might make this process a bit easier.

Adults of all ages should have an estate plan in place

The estate planning process is something that many young adults tend to associate with older people. This isn't a good thing at all. Any adult, no matter how old they are, should have an estate plan in place since nobody can definitively say when they will pass away.

Let your family know if you want to donate your body to science

There are many things that you can cover in your estate plan. Some of the things that might be covered can be awfully shocking to your family members, especially if you don't let them know ahead of time what your intentions are.

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