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Death is a sensitive topic which Anderson handles with ease and respect. It is not easy to think about what is going to happen to your estate and your family after your death, but it is important to plan for this. At Anderson, we discuss with our clients what their current needs are, as well as their family’s needs after their passing. We understand every client is different and their estate planning needs are different. Whether you need a Will, Revocable Living Trust, or have other needs for your estate plan, we are here to help.
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What You Can Expect When Forming a Will with Anderson
You will complete a questionnaire which gives Anderson an overview of your estate and determine how you want to distribute it. Our attorneys and advisors are available to answer any questions you have and discuss any concerns you have during this process. It is an important decision and our job is to make sure you have everything taken care of for your and your family’s future.
Once drafted, your will is a legal document and will be in place for when it is needed. Anderson can discuss all estate planning options and business planning questions with you as well.
Anderson Advisors FAQ
What is a Will?
A will, also called a testament or a “will and testament,” is a legal declaration where a person, called the testator, names one or more individuals to manage the distribution of their estate and provides instructions for the distribution of their estate after their death.
What is Probate?
Probate is a legal document, and receipt of probate is the first step in the legal process for the administration of the estate of a deceased person who had a will. Within probate, the court examines the will and resolves all creditor claims and distributes the assets of the deceased as deemed in the will.
What is the difference between a will and a living trust?
One of the main differences between a living trust and a will is that with a living trust, your estate is not subject to probate upon your passing. The assets can be distributed without hiring any legal counsel. A living trust is not a matter of public record before or after your death, while a will becomes public record after your passing. If a living trust contains a pour over will, then the trust can take the place of a will.
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