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Glossary: Wills, Trusts, & Estate Planning
Plain-English definitions of common terms used in estate planning and probate.
Online Estate Planning Apps & Do-It-Yourself Software
Understand what your estate plan should include, decide what products suit your needs, or when you might be better served by using an estate planning attorney.
What Is a Transfer on Death Deed?
If it's available in your state, a transfer on death deed (or beneficiary deed) is an easy way to leave your house to someone after you die. It also keeps your house out of probate.
What Is a Living Will?
The terms "living will," "health care directive," and "advance directive" all refer to the legal document that lets people state their wishes for end-of-life medical care.
Should I Use a Payable on Death (POD) Designation to Avoid Probate?
Payable on death accounts are an inexpensive and simple way to transfer funds after death, but they have drawbacks.
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