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Can I use a simple will?

Many Americans push off estate planning until late in their lives. However, this can be a tragic misstep if you die young. Having a comprehensive estate plan in place is important at all stages of life, even if you do not have much in the way of assets. Many people...

What to consider when making a will

For some, writing a will can be a daunting yet necessary task and can lead to several unanswered questions. A person might be unfamiliar with where to begin and also, what to include in the will and how the process will evolve over time. All of these are important...

Even disorganized people need wills

Many Massachusetts residents may not consider themselves the most organized people. For now, their disarray may not cause them much issue, but in the event of their deaths, disorganization could cause a significant number of issues for family members. Because of this...

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