Answering Common Questions Regarding Estate Planning

Q: I am interested in hearing more about estate planning services. What documents are part of an estate plan? At McAvoy & Murphy, one of the first things we bring up at our free initial consults is that there is no “one size fits all” approach to estate planning. We offer our services both in... Continue Reading →

Living Trust Advantages: Part 2

In the first part of this series explaining the benefits of having a Living Trust, we touched base on 5 reasons a person would consider having a trust drafted as opposed to other testamentary documents. This post highlights two specific reasons why someone would prefer a trust: 1) the benefits of avoiding probate and 2)the... Continue Reading →

Do I Need Estate Planning?

Provisions can be added to your estate planning documents to prevent unnecessary bureaucracy. For example, the document can provide that if a beneficiary does not survive you by at least sixty days, that beneficiary will not be treated as surviving for the purposes of your estate. This provision alone could save the cost and delay... Continue Reading →

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