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Ways to make wills and trusts work together

Readers may not realize that wills and trusts are not mutually exclusive estate planning documents. To the contrary, an attorney that focuses on estate planning knows that making a will can be a good idea even for individuals that have a revocable living trust. 

Advance estate planning is the wisest approach

In the age of the Internet, it should not surprise readers to learn that several websites are available to help individuals with end-of-life planning. According to one reviewer, the approach taken by such sites is analogous to how one might plan for other big events, complete with sample to-do lists, reviews of various companies and service providers, and correspondence templates.

Reverse mortgage terms may come as a nasty surprise to heirs

One purpose of estate law is to help individuals define how their assets will be distributed upon their death. Taking time to do things right may avoid the nasty surprise facing some beneficiaries of a home that is subject to a reverse mortgage.

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