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Wills & Probate Legal Articles

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Help! my trustee won’t give me my inheritance

What should I do if I can't get my inheritance?

No will shortcuts

Brief article outlining the pitfalls associated with using inexpensive forms to develop a Last Will & Testament.

Storage of wills in safety deposit boxes and the havoc that can be caused

A blog post about one of the biggest NO-NOs in estate planning: storing your will in a safety deposit box. This post explains why you should never do that.