Informative blogs concerning Wills, Trusts, and Estates

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  • When Should You Update Your Estate Plan? It is recommended that you review and update your estate plan every three to five years or after you or a beneficiary has had a major life change.
  • Estate Plan 101 - Client Worksheet Every asset must be reviewed to determine how it is titled (do you own it outright yourself or with another person, does the asset go directly to beneficiaries, or is it an estate asset that will go through probate?). Often, the way a deed is titled affects the way it will pass to your heirs.
  • No Estate Is Too Small for Proper Estate Planning Just because your estate is small doesn't mean it's simple. Read this blog from experienced Virginia attorneys about proper estate planning.
  • Credit Card Debt & Estate Planning What happens to your credit card debt when you die? It doesn't go away. Read our latest blog to learn more about the management of debt & estate planning.
  • Digital Assets & Estate Planning in Virginia Have you taken your digital assets into account in the estate planning process? Failing to do so could cause confusion. Read our latest blog to learn more!
  • Five Common Estate Planning Mistakes Making mistakes during estate planning can create serious problems. Our Virginia estate planning attorney discusses five common mistakes and how to avoid them.
  • Writing and Updating Your Will Writing your Will is important, but so is making sure it's updated. Read our latest blog to learn what could happen if your Will isn't current.