Probate


Types of Wills

Do You Need to Use a Will Codicil?

  A will codicil is an amendment to a testator's Last Will and Testament. This document is not intended to be a new will that will replace an existing one.
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When Should A Simple Will Be Used?

A simple will, as it sounds, is a simplified legal form will. This will aims for outright distribution of assets for a relatively uncomplicated estate.  The difference between writing a
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A Quick Guide To Attested Wills

An attested will is a will which has a witness that signs as a witness present. The witness will generally attest to the fact that a certain individual wrote the
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Look Into Pour Over Will

A pour over will is a legal form created to manage assets or property that were left out of a living trust.  A living trust provides the grantor, or settlor,
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Types of Wills At A Glance

Wills may be typed, written or oral. In each case, there will be specific requirements for the will to be
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Testamentary Trust Will: Pros and Cons

A testamentary trust will, often referred to as a will trust, is a will that creates a trust upon the
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Joint Will: Pros and Cons

Sometimes, two individuals will decide to make their wills together, leaving their property and assets to each other.  These types
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Deathbed Will Explained

The phrase "on their deathbed" is used to describe a situation where an individual is near death and expectant of
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Holographic Will

A holographic will is a handwritten will, whereas most wills are typed. However, a holographic will may be easier to
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Nuncupative Will Guide

There are several types of wills and each has legal requirements which make the will valid. There are handwritten will and wills which are typed by legal professionals. There are
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