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Power of Attorney: An important facet to estate planning

When doing estate planning, power of attorney is a term you will hear a lot. All estate planning lawyers do their best to ensure all legal documents are as clear as possible. However, written words can always be taken in different ways depending on who they are interpreted. A power of attorney assigns someone to help interpret your wishes in the event you pass or are unable to vouch for yourself.

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What is a Trust?

Estate planning gets a little more complicated when you have to incorporate trusts. Trusts can be versatile tools, but not every estate plan requires their creation. A trust can be useful in protecting the inheritance of a minor or help manage the finances of someone that doesn’t have the means to properly manage their resources.

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Is it Time for an Estate Plan?

Most people know that creating an estate plan is an important task. Yet, it is easy to put off planning for the future and recent statistics show that many adults have no estate plan in place. Estate planning can be simple or complex depending your family situation or current state of affairs. However, either way, it is important to make it a priority so your family is not left with no sense of guidance. Let us help you navigate this sensitive topic to ensure all your questions are answered.

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At Roberts Law, we are dedicated to providing sophisticated legal services in a cost-effective manner to businesses and individuals. Our practice is focused on general business representation, commercial litigation and trust and estate planning. (more…)

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3 Ways to Minimize Estate Planning Fees

Today, it is impossible to put together even a simple estate plan without the assistance of an experienced estate planning attorney. Why? Because estate planning laws vary greatly from state to state and these laws are extremely convoluted and constantly changing. (more…)

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