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Wills & Estates

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  • Writing a Will

    Many people believe that estate planning is only for wealthy people. People at all economic levels benefit from an estate plan. Upon death, an estate plan legally protects and distributes property based on your wishes and the needs of your family and/or survivors with as little tax as possible. This website also has information about social media wills. Content Detail

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    USA.gov
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  • Your Will

    Information about wills in Oregon. Content Detail

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    Oregon State Bar
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  • Probate

    Basic information about probate in Oregon. Content Detail

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    Oregon State Bar
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  • Revocable Living Trusts

    Frequently-asked questions about revocable living trusts. Content Detail

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    Oregon State Bar
  • 10 Things You Should Know About Living Trusts

    Information about revocable living trusts and how they are different from other estate planning options. Content Detail

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    AARP
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  • Important Legal Protections

    Basic information about wills, financial powers of attorney, revocable living trusts, durable powers of attorney for finances, health care powers of attorney, advance directives for heath care and living wills. With these documents in place, you can rest assured that your assets are safely accounted for and your health care wishes will be met. Content Detail

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    AARP
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  • What is a Living Will?

    In Oregon, a living will is known as an advance directive. You can use this document to appoint someone called a health care representative to make health care decisions for you when you are unable to make your own health care decisions Content Detail

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    Oregon State Bar