A Will does not expire due to age or length of time since it was executed. There are very specific procedures required to void a will. If these formalities were not used, the Will is presumably valid, if valid at time of execution. A Will, as we say in law, "walks with the testator"--that means … Continue reading Is a Will still binding after 50 years?
Name your personal representative or Executor in your Will; your relationship to the person is irrelevant. Be sure to properly identify him/her, including address and contact information. Prepare a living will (health proxy) to identify who can make end-of-life medical decisions in the event you are incapacitated. Have a power of attorney drawn up … Continue reading Should gay unmarried couples who wish to name each other as executor in their wills, etc use terms such as “partner” or “life partner?”