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Wills and trusts are an area most people know of but few understand how complex they can be. You will need an attorney to review your assets and family to help you decide whether you need to consider tax consequences; whether you should consider a trust for a special needs child or to limit any tax consequences; whether there is a way to avoid probate court based upon your assets; preparing a "living will"/medical power of attorney to appoint someone to make medical decisions for you if you are mentally incapable of making those decisions; if you have remarried and now have a more extended family and how an estate plan should be drafted to consider stepchildren, your children and children born from our new marriage; how often a Will should be revised and what is the validity of any previous Will; when should you challenge/contest a Will and who can challenge/contests a Will; can you disinherit individuals; who should be the person to handle your estate upon your death (personal representative/executor/administrator). These are just come of what to consider.

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