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What is a Vermont Living Will?

  A Vermont living will is a written legal document that indicates your desire to withhold or withdraw certain medical care based on your health circumstances. In a Vermont living will typically contains the following language: “I _______________ have the primary right under Vermont law to make ...

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Top 10 Advantages to Vermont Estate Planning  

1. Provide for your loved ones. There are multiple advantages to Vermont estate planning. First,  individuals want to ensure their surviving loved ones are provided for after they pass. Particularly those persons with children under 18 should have a Vermont estate plan nominating personal guardians for their minor children, ...

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The Benefits of Using Estate Planning Software To Make Your Vermont Last Will and Testament.

There are a number of benefits of using Vermont online estate planning software to write your Vermont last will testament.  If you’re thinking about using online estate planning software to make your Vermont last will and testament and other Vermont estate plan documents you should read this article to ...

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Why Do I Need a Last Will and Testament in Vermont

Creating a Vermont last will and testament is the best way to ensure that your assets are distributed in accordance with your wishes. Your Vermont last will give you the power to decide how you would like your most precious assets to be distributed. In Vermont, if ...

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What is a Utah Simple Will?

A Utah Simple will is a testamentary document that provides a set of instructions, to both your family and to the Utah probate court, on how you’d like your estate to be handled.  Most Utah simple wills provide clear instructions on how the testator, (the person making the ...

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Five Things You Should ​Know About ​Making ​Your Utah ​Last Will and Testament.

Under Utah law, if you are making your own Utah last will and testament you should decide the following five things in advance: First, you need to decide who your beneficiaries will be. Your Utah last will and testament should clearly state who your beneficiaries are. While most ...

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What is a Utah living will?

A Utah living will is written a legal document that indicates your desire to withhold or withdraw certain medical care based on your health circumstances. In a Utah living will typically contain the following language: “I _______________ have the primary right under Utah law to make my own decisions concerning treatment ...

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Top 10 Advantages to Utah Estate Planning

  1. Provide for your loved ones. There are many advantages to Utah estate planning. First, individuals want to ensure their surviving loved ones are provided for after they pass. Particularly those persons with children under 18 should have a Utah estate plan nominating personal guardians for their ...

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The Benefits of Using Estate Planning Software To Make Your Utah Last Will and Testament.

There are a number of benefits of using Utah online estate planning software to write your Utah last will testament.  If you’re thinking about using online estate planning software to make your Utah last will and testament and other Utah estate plan documents you should read this article to ...

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Why Do I Need a Last Will and Testament in Utah

Creating a Utah last will and testament is the best way to ensure that your assets are distributed in accordance with your wishes. Your Utah last will give you the power to decide how you would like your most precious assets to be distributed. In Utah, if ...

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