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Drafting Wills for Foreign-Domiciled Clients
Nonresidents often have good reasons for needing or wanting a will in the United States, especially if they own property locally. This article discusses how to create a will for a United States nonresident and how to avoid ...
An Introduction to Anatomical Gifts
This article reviews the basic provisions of the Uniform Anatomical Gift Act. A person may designate in a will, in a document other than a will, or on a driver’s license his desire to donate part or all of his body for ...
Videotape and the Probate Process: The Nexus Grows
Videotapes are increasingly being used in the civil and criminal arenas of the legal profession, and they are also beginning to be used in the probate process. There are several procedural barriers to using videotapes ...
The Will Execution Ceremony—History, Significance, and Strategies
This article discusses a brief history of will execution ceremonies, the importance of the will ceremony, and the best practices and procedures for conducting a will execution. A step-by-step guide is given for proper ...
Video Requiem: Thy Will Be Done
Video recording will execution ceremonies can be very useful as they may help avoid will contests. The author gives an outline of the procedure to follow when videotaping a will execution ceremony, the required substantive ...