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Five Things You Should Know About Your Georgia Last Will and Testament

There are a few Things you should know about your Georgia last will and testament before you execute the required documents: First, you need to decide who your beneficiaries will be. While most states require your spouse to be included as a beneficiary of ...

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Florida Same-sex Estate Planning

At SimplyWilled.com we pride ourselves on serving Florida’s LGBTA community’s same-sex estate planning needs. We believe it is a fundamental human right that everyone should be able to provide for the ones they love. Fun fact, Florida legalized on January 6, 2015.  With SimplyWilled.com you can design a ...

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Alabama Same-Sex Estate Planning

At SimplyWilled.com we pride ourselves on serving Alabama’s LGBTA community’s same-sex estate planning needs. We believe it is a fundamental human right that everyone should be able to provide for the ones they love. Fun fact, Alabama legalized on February 9, 2015.  With SimplyWilled.com you can design a ...

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What is a Texas Living Will?

  What is a Texas Living Will? A Texas living will is a written legal document that indicates your desire to withhold or withdraw certain medical care based on your healthcare circumstances. In Texas living will typically contains the following language: “I _______________ have the ...

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How To Calculate Your Texas Estate Tax Liability

  If you want to calculate your Texas estate tax liability, you'll first need to calculate the value of your gross estate under Texas law. Here's a quick guide on how to calculate your Texas estate.   The following assets will be included in your ...

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Five Things People Should Know About Making Their Texas Last Will and Testament

  There are a few Things people should know about making their Texas last will and testament before you execute the required documents: First, you need to decide who your beneficiaries will be. While most states require your spouse to be included as a ...

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