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Massachusetts court makes key ruling in estate planning case

The highest court in Massachusetts has ruled that when a spouse isn't mentioned in a will, they will receive one-third of the deceased spouse's estate. That recent decision of the Supreme Judicial Court has set a precedent for dealing with blended families.

Common questions about the benefits of trust funds

Many people choose to create trust funds for the benefit of their loved ones. Trust funds have a great number of benefits, and they are not only for the extremely wealthy. If you are starting to plan your estate in the state of Massachusetts, it may be worthwhile for you to take the time to understand more about their benefits.

Planning a trust as a business owner

Any person with considerable assets should start to think about planning their estate as early as possible. If you are a business owner, it is likely that you will want to leave a legacy for your descendants and that you will hope the business will thrive for many years to come.

Going through the probate process without a will

If a person passes away and they have not made a will at the time of their death, they are referred to under the law as dying intestate. When a person dies intestate, the probate court usually deals with the situation, and there are certain benefits to this.

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