Estate Planning Forms

Author: L. Rush Hunt

Publisher: Amer Bar Assn

ISBN: 9781604423846

Category: Law

Page: 294

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An estate plan can have several elements—a will; an assignment of power of attorney; a living will or healthcare proxy; and in some cases, a trust. As an estate planner, you must be mindful of both federal and state laws governing estates when assembling plans for clients. Estate Planning Forms, by L. Rush Hunt, covers all elements of estate planning in detail with easy-to-follow, time-saving forms.

25 Estate Planning Forms

Legal Self-Help Guide

Author: Sanket Mistry,J. T. Levine

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781940788111


Page: 216

View: 9549


Forms include: Last Will and Testament Checklist, Last Will and Testament, Self-Proving Affidavits, Living Will, Ethical Will, Power of Attorney Checklist, Durable Power of Attorney for Healthcare, Financial Durable Power of Attorney, Trust Checklist, Living Trust-Single and Married Couples and much more. Estate planning can be done without a lawyer if you have the right information and the right forms. 25 Estate Planning Forms provides you with easy to use forms that you can follow and make legal. No matter the size of your estate, an estate plan may help reduce your estate's taxes, reduce conflict among family members, and provide you with the peace of mind of knowing your final arrangements have been planned. For many people, they already know how they want to distribute their estate, but don't have the necessary forms to make it legal. This book can help. It includes sample forms that you can understand because they are written in plain-English. Often people have more diverse needs than they may have initially thought. Having a variety of forms can help you figure out what your final wishes are and how those wishes may be accomplished.

Estate Planning for Same-sex Couples

Author: Joan M. Burda

Publisher: American Bar Association

ISBN: 9781590313824

Category: Law

Page: 199

View: 9220


The legal landscape concerning same-sex relationships is changing. It is vital for lawyers to stay on top of these changes. Attorneys who represent lesbian and gay clients must provide creative estate planning that protects both parties to the relationship, their children and their future. This new book provides estate planning lawyers with an introduction to the issues faced by lesbian and gay clients. Also provided are forms and documents on CD-ROM that lesbian and gay clients need to prepare as part of a complete estate plan.