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The Differences Between and Last Will and Testament and a Trust

Estate Planning Massachusetts, Estate Planning Mass., Estate Planning Suffolk County, Estate Planning Middlesex County, Estate Planning Essex County, Estate Planning Norfolk County, Estate Planning Boston, Estate Planning Winthrop, Estate Planning East Boston, Estate Planning Revere, Estate Planning Danvers, Estate Planning Lynnfield, Estate Planning Marblehead, Estate Planning Swampscott, Estate Planning Nahant, Estate Planning Peabody, Estate Planning Salem, Estate Planning Saugus, Estate Planning Arlington, Estate Planning Belmont, Estate Planning Burlington, Estate Planning Cambridge, Estate Planning Everett, Estate Planning Malden, Estate Planning Medford, Estate Planning Melrose, Estate Planning North Reading, Estate Planning Reading, Estate Planning Somerville, Estate Planning Stoneham, Estate Planning Wakefield, Estate Planning Watertown, Estate Planning Wilmington, Estate Planning Winchester, Estate Planning Woburn, Estate Planning Brookline, Estate Planning Braintree, Estate Planning Milton, Estate Planning Quincy, Estate Planning ChelseaNo one wants to think about dying, but it is something everyone must face. It is important to have an estate plan in place when you pass away. There are some common documents that everyone should have as part of their estate plan. This includes a Last Will and Testament, a Power of Attorney, a Health Care … Read More »



Why You’re Never Too Young to Have an Estate Plan

Why You’re Never Too Young to Have an Estate PlanWhen people think of estate planning, they tend to think of middle-age or older people, who are more settled in life, and most likely have some assets to preserve, and children to care for. Although that may be the “typical” estate planning client, once a person attains the age of majority (i.e. age 18), he/she is really not too young to draft an estate plan.

To have an estate plan, you don’t have to be rich and have a lot of assets. You also do not have to be further on in life, nor do you need to have children that you need to plan for in the event of an untimely death.

An estate plan typically consists of multiple documents that plan for your incapacity (in the event of an accident or illness), in which case someone can make medical decisions for you, and someone can attend to your … Read More »



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