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The validity of cell phone wills

Many people don't know where they would be on a daily basis without their cell phones. These small devices have become an integral part of many people's lives in Massachusetts as well as most other states across the country. It isn't unusual for people to keep...

What happens when people die without wills?

Creating an estate plan is something that many people are guilty of putting off. A significant number of these people, including many Massachusetts residents, may believe that they do not need one until they achieve a certain amount of wealth. However, anyone can...

Including cryptocurrency in wills

Online assets are becoming more common as technology advances.What happens to cryptocurrency, like bitcoin and ethereum, after the account holder dies? In Massachusetts and elsewhere these currencies can be included in wills, but what other steps might be...

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