Even if nothing major has happened, as a general rule of thumb, we suggest you go over your Will every four or five years.
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What Is Formal And Informal Probate In Utah?
The difference between the two affects how easy or difficult it is for the heir to the estate to manage or distribute its assets.
Why You Should Not DIY Your Will
When it comes to estate planning, some people may believe that they can do it themselves and this is usually a mistake.
Is a surviving spouse responsible for a deceased spouse’s debts in Utah?
Common question after the death of a loved one When a client's spouse passes away we are frequently asked whether or not our client is liable for their spouse's debts. This article will provide a quick overview of a Utah law more people should be familiar with. Utah's...
Talking to Your Family About Your Will
Let’s take a look at some of the ways you can plan for your family’s future with your will and create a positive dialogue around the topic in the present.
What Should You Not Put in Your Will?
A will’s principal function is to specify the assets you intend to leave to your chosen beneficiaries. Anything in a will that goes beyond that is not legally enforceable.
Do I Have to Pay Taxes on an Inheritance in Utah?
Below you’ll find our outline of estate tax and inheritance tax considerations in Utah and how they may relate to you. We’ve also highlighted other concerns with inherited assets that you may encounter.
Welcoming Lindsay Bayles to ProvenLaw
ProvenLaw welcomes Lindsay Bayles, newest attorney providing trust, estate, and tax planning services.
How to Contest a Will in Utah
There are several primary reasons for contesting a Will. In such instances, one basis may be more difficult to establish than the other.
Where is the Best Place to Keep Your Will?
Most people spend a lot of time preparing their Will, but they often neglect to store them somewhere safe and secure.
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