Category: Estate Planning

While thinking about end-of-life issues can bring up a variety of feelings and anxieties, at Limitless Law PLLC, we prefer to think of estate planning as helping clients to take care of their families and property in the future through proper planning.

You have a will, now what?

Congratulations, you have an estate plan!  Hopefully, you feel a sense of calm and confidence that only comes with knowing that you have something in place to help your family manage your affairs in case something happens to you. Wills, Powers of Attorney, and Advance Directives (also known as Living Wills or Health Care Directives) [..]

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The Myth of the $99 Will

Or why you really should work with an estate attorney Have you been searching online for information about wills and seen the ads for the $99 will? Have you thought, can it really be this easy and inexpensive? The old adage “If it’s too good to be true it probably is” applies here. A $99 [..]

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Is it time to update your estate plan?

How long has it been since you last reviewed your estate plan and any related documents? Never, you say? Then there’s a very good chance that it’s time to do so. But let’s back up just a bit. Do you have a will, power of attorney and/or an advanced medical directive? If not, read my [..]

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Should a community property agreement be part of your estate plan?

If you are married, you should consider (with the advice and consultation of a qualified estate planning attorney) including a community property agreement in your estate plan. But before we consider why or why not this agreement might be right in your situation, let’s talk about what one is. A community property agreement is a contract [..]

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Estate Plans for ‘Non-Traditional’ Families

Estate plans for non-traditional families: One of the most satisfying things I get to do as an attorney is to help families plan for a secure future for their loved ones through proper estate planning. This feeling of satisfaction is possibly even more intense when I get to help craft estate plans for non-traditional families with [..]

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Three Reasons You Really, Really Need a Will

Sure, maybe you don’t have “much” to leave behind or you don’t have dependents, but you do have inherent worth that can and should be protected with a will. Here are three reasons why you owe it to yourself, and others, to have one. For your family. If a person passes away without a will, [..]

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Your family is worth it

Is your estate plan outdated? Have you been putting off having a conversation about your estate plan? Is your will so outdated you can’t even remember what it says? Limitless Law can make planning for the future painless and easy – Contact us to make a plan that will keep your family safe and secure. An [..]

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The Secret Life of…Estate Planning

I have been doing some research recently on estate planning needs in my local community, and uncovered some shocking statistics on the high number of Americans who have not yet created an estate plan (of course, you know what they say about statistics, but I think that these numbers paint a picture, so I will [..]

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