This article addresses a common question: whether a will always needs to go through the probate process. It explains the circumstances under which probate is necessary and when it might be avoided. The article also highlights the potential benefits of having an estate plan that minimizes the need for probate.
This brief post explains some key advantages to having an estate plan as a married couple, and why it’s important to have estate plan in place for you and your family. Windrose Law Center is prepared to help you get started on you and your spouse’s estate plan.
Estate planning, it’s a one and done thing, right? Well, actually, the answer to that question is no. Estate planning is not always everyone’s favorite subject, and thinking about plans after your passing can be hard. However, it’s important to know that your estate...
The concept of “Power of Attorney” can be misleading. Contrary to popular belief, it doesn’t require an attorney to possess the power to act on your behalf. Instead, Power of Attorney (POA) is a legal arrangement that allows you to grant authority to someone else to manage your affairs in case you become incapacitated. In this article, we’ll explore the significance of POA in estate planning and discuss the three main types of POAs you should consider delegating as part of your comprehensive estate plan.