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What's the purpose of a no-contest clause?

No-Contest Clause: Does “No-Contest” Really Mean “No Contest”?

By Andre O. McDonald |

We live in a litigious society. Unfortunately, even family members sometimes file lawsuits because they are dissatisfied with what their parents or loved ones leave them in a will or trust. Some are so disgruntled that they decide to contest or challenge the validity of a will or trust, which can delay its administration… Read More »

How to Avoid a Will Contest

4 Tips for Avoiding a Trust or Will Contest

By Andre O. McDonald |

A trust or will contest can derail your final wishes, rapidly deplete your estate, and tear your loved ones apart. If you are concerns about the possibility of challenges to your estate plan, the best way to prevent a trust or will contest is with proper planning.   4 Ways to help your family… Read More »

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