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Estate Planning: Where To Keep Your Files When They Are Completed

August 25, 2019

As crucial as it is to make your estate planning documents such as a will or living trust and pour over will, durable powers of lawyer, and healthcare powers of attorney is where to keep those documents. Discovering a safe protected place to keep your estate planning files is very important for the fact that those files are no great if they are destroyed, lost, or missing.

There should be one original will and copies must be kept separate.
Keeping your estate planning documents is almost as essential as making them in the very first location. A concealed will or living trust that is not discovered is the exact same as have no files at all. A great hiding place is great but too great of a hiding location will prevent the documents from being discovered at all.

Posted in Estate Law by Clinton Rodriguez