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Planning To Leave Money Or Property To Charity? Know Your Estate Planning Options

By Fisher Law LLC |

Leaving money or property to support a good cause is important to many people. According to data from the National Philanthropic Trust (NPT), Americans gave nearly $500 billion to charitable causes in 2019 alone. With the proper estate planning strategy, you can be sure that your preferred charitable organization will get the absolute most… Read More »

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The #1 Way To Avoid Probate

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Have you heard of probate? If so, you know that it’s something you want to avoid. If you are waiting on an inheritance, probate is the cause of the delay. Probate is the process of settling someone’s estate when they die and then distributing the remaining assets in accordance with either the decedent’s will… Read More »

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Are Conditional Bequests Legal?

By Fisher Law LLC |

If you have recently lost a loved one, you may have learned about the contents of their will. You may have been surprised to learn that there were certain conditions or requirements on your ability to receive your inheritance. This is not very uncommon. In fact, many people place conditions on bequests in their… Read More »

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Signs A Massachusetts Will Is A Fake

By Fisher Law LLC |

If you have recently lost a loved one and were more than a little surprised at some of the terms of their Last Will and Testament, you may have reason to believe that their Will was forged or produced as a result of undue influence  Forgery is defined as, the making, altering, use, or… Read More »

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How To Honor A Decedent’s Wishes In Questionable Circumstances

By Fisher Law LLC |

If you’ve lost a loved one,  the emotional stress from such a life event is generally made worse if the decedent left assets behind in his or her own name, thus requiring a probate.   While the administrative and procedural process of probate are time inefficient and the distribution of an inheritance may not occur… Read More »

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Wrongful Death Claims And Probate

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If you have tragically lost a loved one, either due to an accident caused by someone else’s negligence, or due to the intentional or malicious conduct of another, you may be overwhelmed by feelings of grief and confusion. The last thing on your mind may be how to litigate a wrongful death claim in… Read More »

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Is A Massachusetts Will Invalid If It’s Not Signed?

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There are certain requirements that a person’s last will and testament must meet in order to be considered legally valid and enforceable. One of these requirements is that a Will be signed. If your loved one’s Will is not signed or fails to meet other signature requirements, contact an experienced Massachusetts estate attorney as… Read More »

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If My Spouse Dies During A Divorce Will it Affect My Inheritance?

By Fisher Law LLC |

The last thing that you were likely expecting to deal with in the midst of an already complicated divorce was the death of your still, legal spouse. However, if you have lost your spouse while in the midst of divorce proceedings, you are not alone. This happens sometimes, and the law knows how to… Read More »

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Estate Planning Actions For Everyone

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Have you thought about your Last Will and Testament lately? If you are like most people, the answer is probably no.  There are some important estate planning actions that every person can and should take. You may be surprised to learn that not all aspects of estate planning are related to finances and plans… Read More »

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How Do I Know If My Will Is Legally Valid?

By Fisher Law LLC |

If you have a Massachusetts Last Will and Testament or Will, congratulations, you’re already ahead of the curve. However, just because you have a Will doesn’t mean that it will be enforced in the appropriate probate court. It must also be found legally valid. There are a number of Massachusetts legal requirements for Wills… Read More »

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