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Court Makes Ruling in Sadie M. Castruccio v. Estate of Peter A. Castruccion et al.

Court Makes Ruling in Sadie M. Castruccio v. Estate of Peter A. Castruccion et al.

On August 25, 2017, the Court of Appeals in the Sadie M. Castruccio v. Estate of Peter A. Castruccion et al., No 79, September Term 2016 ruled that a testator’s signature and the witnesses signature do not need to be on the same page, nor do the separate pages need to be physically connected at the time of signing for a Will ...

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After the Signing: Caring For Your Estate Planning Documents

After the Signing: Caring For Your Estate Planning Documents

By Estate Planning Attorney Kerri Castellini The decisions required throughout the estate planning process can be difficult. Not many individuals revel in thinking how to prepare themselves and their loved ones for a myriad of worse case scenarios. However, most of my clients tell me that they feel a sense of relief and calm after they sign their documents. Although the estate planning ...

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3 Common Estate Planning Myths

3 Common Estate Planning Myths

By Trusts and Estate Attorney Kerri Castellini Estate planning is the process of preparing for the loss of capacity and ultimately passing on of your assets after you have died. When defined in these dismal terms, the process sounds unpalatable and intimidating.  However, the reality is that estate planning is a vital necessity for the future an...

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