The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Wills and Estates, 4th Edition

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Includes a CD-ROM, updated tax information, and more.

The 70% of Americans who don’t have a will would be happy to know that most of them can complete this manageable task-as well as estate planning-without a lawyer. In fact, all they need is this guidebook, complete with an essential CD-ROM with forms for wills and estate planning. Together, the CD and the book cover everything from trusts to taxes.

*Includes a CD-ROM with simple forms for drawing wills and estate planning
*A revision and update on tax information from the last edition
*Full of everything the reader must consider and include

2 thoughts on “The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Wills and Estates, 4th Edition

  1. Jay Stevenson
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    A GOOD FOUNDATION of KNOWLEDGE, March 9, 2009
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    Jay Stevenson (New Franklin, MO) –
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    This review is from: The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Wills and Estates, 4th Edition (Paperback)

    With family members who married last year, I was looking give these new couples a good, solid reference pertaining to WILLS and ESTATES (e.g., Wills, Trusts, Living Trusts, Durable Power of Attorney, et al).

    THE COMPLETE IDIOT’s GUIDE to WILLS & ESTATES (Fourth Edition) will give you that foundation of knowledge. It details the various legal entities, reviews the uses of each, and lists the pro’s and con’s. An excellent primer for people to talk legal-speak to lawyers (Or least understand the basis of the conversation).

    For families with children, I would pair this up with THE BUSY FAMILY’s Guide to ESTATE PLANNING (Hanks), published by NOLO, which provided extra details dealing with children, guardians, and extended estate planning.

    Read the book, use the forms found in the CDs (found in both books), and find a good lawyer who practices in estate planning to solve your concerns. Good luck…

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    Will & Estates, January 21, 2013
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    Joyce

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    Simple, as it should be for a beginner. It was very useful. Still need to go to an attorney to make sure everything is legal.

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