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Month: December 2017

No Contest Clause

No Contest Clauses: Understanding the Pros and Cons

For the purposes of estate planning, a No Contest Clause is included in a will or a trust to discourage heirs and beneficiaries from potentially challenging the documents after a person’s death. Typically, the clause contains language that the whoever challenges or attempts to invalidate the will or trust will be completely disinherited. In some situations, a No Contest Clause can be a powerful deterrent. But the application of this provision can be somewhat limited.If a person cont […]

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Estate Planning To Do List Advance Directive for Health Care

Video: Georgia’s Advance Directive for Health Care

The year may be wrapping up, but there’s still plenty of time to work on your Estate Planning To Do List! In our latest video, attorney Sarah Siedentopf discusses Georgia’s Advance Directive for Health Care, a form you can fill out on your own. For even more information, visit: […]

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