American Bar Association Estate Planning FAQs
Gateway resource providing users with information on estate planning, drafting wills, choosing trusts, types of nonprobate property, powers of attorney and more.
AARP® Estate Planning Page
This resource, provided by AARP®, includes articles discussing a variety of estate planning matters.
The Probate Process
This American Bar Association resource provides general information on the probate process, including information on the costs, how long the process takes and what types of estates pass through probate.
American Bar Association Family Legal Guide to Estate Planning
An introduction to the topic of estate planning. The website provides answers to commonly asked questions regarding wills, trusts, living wills and other estate planning tools.
SmartMoney®: Estate Planning
Provides information to consumers on the process of gathering information and documentation for estate planning.
Partnership for Caring
This website provides helpful information on advanced care planning and advance directives. It includes a checklist of things to consider when making decisions about your end of life care.
US Living Will Registry®
Resource for information on how to ensure your end of life issues are addressed and honored through advance directives, living wills, durable power of attorney and organ donation. The site also provides a place to electronically store advance directives and make them available directly to healthcare providers by telephone or Internet.
This page is maintained by the H.E.L.P. organization, and provides an overview of executor, personal representative and trustee estate administration responsibilities.
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