If a family member feels that he or she was improperly left out of a will, it can stack anger on top of the grief of losing a loved one. There are legal steps a person can take if it is felt the testator – the person whose will is in question – was “unduly influenced” by someone else.
Many people struggle with their estate plans. They may wait too long to start them and have trouble remembering all their assets, or they may find they haven't updated it regularly enough and have many changes to make at once.
When you draft a will with your attorney, there are a few things you might think that you want to include. However, there are times when including your wishes isn't appropriate.
Every estate plan has a number of things it needs to make sure it is comprehensive in nature. A good, comprehensive estate plan will have at least six different sections.