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Will or Trust?

Will or Trust?  People generally believe that a Will is less expensive and less time consuming than a Trust.  This is generally true.  A Will is also less effective and in most cases, ineffective.  In the long run, this makes a Will much more expensive and much more...

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Fiduciary Duty: What This Means For Trusts

On behalf of Richard A. Lewis posted in Estate Planning on Tuesday, August 23, 2016. As someone who is thinking about setting up a trust in his or her estate plan, or may have already set up a trust, you may be wondering what a "fiduciary duty" means in this context....

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Can You Revoke A Will In California?

On behalf of Richard A. Lewis posted in Estate Planning on Wednesday, July 27, 2016. Even after a valid will has been established, things can change in life that may make a testator want to amend or even revoke the will. Relationships, divorce, family dynamics and...

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Why you should not write your own will

On behalf of Richard A. Lewis posted in Estate Planning on Tuesday, May 31, 2016. Every person should have a will. You have probably heard that many times before. It does not matter how wealthy you are or if you are single or married. You have the right to determine...

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