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Beware of “Simple” Estate Plans “I just need a simple will.” It’s a phrase estate planning attorneys hear practically every other day. From the client’s perspective, there’s no reason to do anything complicated, especially if it might lead to higher legal fees. Unfortunately, what may appear to be a “simple” estate is all too often…Read More
Do I Really Need Advance Directives for Health Care? Advance directives for health care, as well as an estate plan including a will, are essential for every individual, regardless of their age. For more information on setting up an estate plan and an advance directive for health care, contact the Noland Law Firm, LLC. for…Read More
Creating a Will is not a one-time event. You should review your will periodically, to ensure it is up to date, and make necessary changes if your personal situation, or that of your executor or beneficiaries, has changed. There are a number of life-changing events that require your Will to be revised, including: Change in…Read More