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Estate planning can be a confusing, harrowing process, but having access to the right resources makes it easier. Boyum Law Firm and our blog posts are here to help with quick facts and easy to understand information. In this blog post, we'll catch you up...

Estate planning, like grocery shopping or doing a load of laundry, is a task that's never completely checked off your to-do list. In fact, routinely updating your estate planning documents ensures your plan best protects you and your loved ones. Your estate plan doesn't need...

Estate planning is about planning for the unpredictable to protect your loved ones. If you've taken the time to sit down with an attorney to create a structured estate plan, you probably assume that it'll be smooth sailing for your loved ones when you pass...

Prince. Amy Winehouse. Bob Marley. What do these famous musicians have in common? None of them created a last will and testament before they died. A few weeks ago, Aretha Franklin, the Queen of Soul, became the latest star to die without a will. So,...

When a loved one passes away, they leave behind many loose ends, such as bills and assets. The person responsible for tying up the loose ends of the deceased is their personal representative. Serving as someone's personal representative is a daunting task, but you don't...

From appointing a legal guardian for your kids to naming a personal representative, creating a last will and testament enables you to cover a lot of ground when it comes to estate planning. Make sure you utilize your legal document to its fullest potential by...

Solo agers -- individuals who don't have a spouse or children -- are on the rise. In fact, 20 percent of baby boomers are solo agers. People are living longer and healthier lives, but there'll still come a time when they'll need assistance with finding...

You store your snow boots in the closet during the sweltering summer months and your luggage in the basement when not on a trip, but where should you keep your legal documents until you need them? It is very important to keep files like these...

Packing up the family and heading out of town for vacation this summer? Make sure you finalize your estate plan first. While summer vacations are all about having fun at the beach or in the mountains, it's important to remember that things don't always go...

An estate planning attorney usually isn't the kind of lawyer you think about contacting when getting a divorce. With other legal matters to settle, contacting your estate planner and updating your documents is the last thing on your mind. Estate plan updates should be at...