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What are some components of a valid will?

All your estate planning work might come to naught if your will is invalidated during the probate process. Working with a professional experienced in all aspects of the estate planning and probate litigation process helps ensure your wishes are honored and your heirs are protected in the manner you wanted them to be. A first step in that process is ensuring your will is legally valid.

Have you tested potential administrators for your estate?

One of the matters you'll need to decide when you begin estate planning is who will execute your estate. Depending on the type of legal vehicles you include in your estate plan, you might also need to select people to act as power of attorney or trustee of a trust. All of these positions put other people in some control over your money, whether you are still living or not. In some cases, the power of attorney might be in control while you are incapacitated or unable to manage your own finances.