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Drafting a Will: Duress and Coercion

Posted by Dana Law Group on August 4, 2021

Creating your last will and testament gives you peace of mind that your assets are handled as you wish after your passing. However, while many people complete these documents on their own terms, sometimes they may be coerced into adding something they may not want. Drafting a will against your personal wishes is covered under […]

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What to Do When Your Parent Dies Without a Will

Posted by Dana Law Group on July 28, 2021

There are few moments in life quite as challenging as processing the loss of a loved one. When a parent passes away, families are left scrambling to put together the pieces while grieving. Throughout this process, your family will need to attend to matters of the state, addressing estate administration. What happens, however, if you lose […]

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Should You Be Creating An Incentive Trust?

Posted by Dana Law Group on July 1, 2021

The average parent would probably like to leave something behind for their children in the event of their passing. We know this to be an inheritance, but we also know that isn’t always what families want to do. Warren Buffet once wrote that we should endeavor to leave a large enough inheritance to our children […]

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New Parent? Here’s Some Tips For Planning Your Estate

Posted by Dana Law Group on June 22, 2021

As a new parent, it often seems as though there are limitless new things to worry about. But there’s one thing you can resolve right now — will your child be secure after you pass? It’s never too early for estate planning, if only to make sure that you get started when you’re younger and […]

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