What is Testamentary Capacity?

Testamentary-Capacity

The creator and signer of a Will is known as a testator. Testamentary capacity, therefore, is the ability of the testator to knowingly sign his or her Will. There are numerous ailments that may result in the incapacity of the testator, preventing him or her from validating an unsigned Will. One of the most common diseases that causes this is Alzheimer’s Disease.

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Estate Planning 101: Terms You Need to Know

Estate Planning 101

Estate Planning 101: Terms You Need to Know Taking the time to sit down and plan your estate is one of the wisest decisions you can make in life. Strategic estate planning distributes your wealth, businesses, properties and other assets to your loved ones after you die while helping them avoid unnecessary taxes, fees and lengthy wait times. Estate planning

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