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Probate and Trusts
You may have executed a will and consider that you have done all of the estate planning that you need to do. Unfortunately, wills only become effective after you die. Prior to your death, you may become incapacitated and unable to make decisions for yourself. This is where an Advanced Health Care Directive (AHCD) becomes...
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The person who has passed away is identified as the decedent.  A person who is a relative of the decedent is called an heir.  A person who is left something in a will is a beneficiary. Therefore, you can be both a beneficiary and an heir.
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