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Types of Joint Ownership
Explanation of the types of co-ownership of assets
What Is Probate Anyway?
Explanation of what the probate process is and how it operates.
Social Media after death
Plan ahead to determine what to do with your digital life after you die.
Protect Your Family With Estate Planning!
Protect your family by getting important estate documents before its too late! Estate documents include much more than just getting a Will. They also include the Durable Power of Attorney, Living Will, and Trust. Act today and get experienced and affordable legal representation.
Why is it Best Not to Avoid Making an Estate Plan Until Your Finances are Organized?
Find out from an estate planning attorney why it is best not to avoid making an estate plan until your finances are organized.
What is a Specific Bequest in Illinois?
Explanation of a specific bequest in a Will in Illinois.
What is Probate in Illinois?
Explanation of probate in Illinois.
Can you name Co-Agents for Powers of Attorney in Illinois?
Article regarding the use of co-agents under POAs in Illinois.
What is a Joint and Mutual Will in Illinois?
Explanation of a joint and mutual Will.
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