What is an Ethical Will, and Do I Need One? | Learn About Law
An estate plan usually contains a trust, last will and testament, power of attorney, healthcare proxies, beneficiary descriptions, account information, and many other entries dealing with assets and where they should end up. But not many people think about the nonmaterial aspect of their legacy that can be transferred through an ethical will. Read the full article here: https://www.oflaherty-law.com/learn-about-law/ethical-wills
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This article will explain #ethicalwills and why someone might include one in their #estateplan. We will cover the following topics: What is an ethical will?, What is typically included in an ethical will?, Why do people write ethical wills?, and Do I need an ethical will?