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Estate Planning Awareness Week 2023

Estate Planning Awareness Week this year was October 16th through October 20th! To celebrate, the Estate Planning Attorneys at Long & Long, LLC provided some reasons why you need an Estate Planning Attorney.

Do I Need a Will?

Do you have a will? Have you created an estate plan? If the answer is no, you could be leaving your loved ones with unintended problems during an already difficult time.

Estate Planning During the Holiday Season

Christmas time is here! The holiday season is the time to gather with family, decorate the tree, and wrap gifts for your loved ones. However, during this time of giving, it can be hard to remember to give yourself the most important gift of all: peace of mind.

Estate Planning Awareness Week

What is estate planning? Why is it important? National Estate Planning Awareness Week is an annual event during the third week of October that was created to help people get answers to those vital questions.

Estate Planning Dos and Don’ts

August is national Make a Will Month! Although no one wants to think about when they will pass on, it is important to consider how you will plan your estate well before that time comes. It is vital to understand some of the Do’s and Don’ts of Estate Planning. The professional estate planning attorneys at Long & Long, LLC name the following most important aspects of creating a solid estate plan.

Add Estate Planning To Your Summer Vacation Checklist

Summer is here, and it’s in full swing. For most people this means one thing: VACATION. But before you make your way to the lake, the mountains, or the beach, make sure you check all your boxes: Towel? Check. Sunscreen? Check. Cooler full of drinks? Check. Estate Plan…Huh?

Create Your Estate Plan From Home

Estate planning is a vital part of preparing for your future. Having a plan in place ensures your wishes are laid out and distribution of your property is dealt with after you die. There are three essential legal documents for proper estate planning.

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