Alpharetta Wills Attorney
The most well-known estate planning tool, a Last Will & Testament is a legal document which comes into play after you pass away. It outlines who will be given your money, your things, your home and/or other real property.
The Will outlines what happens with your body (burial, cremation). Most Wills also say something about guardianship for your minor children.
Finally, the document will also appoint a person to make sure all these things happen, they are usually called an Executor.
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When Should You Update Your Estate Plan? Pt. 4 The Fourth “D” = Death
When you should update your estate plan depends on the Six D's. What are the "Six D's"? They are: death, divorce, diagnosis, distance, dividend and days. In other words, if someone or something in your last will and testament, financial power of attorney, health...