Prepare Your Estate Plan Case Study 6

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Case Study 6 – The dangers of making someone

Prepare Your Estate Plan Case Study 3

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Case Study 3 – The disadvantages of writing your own will

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Eddie, age 70, decides to write his own …

Prepare Your Estate Plan Case Study 5

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Case Study 5 – How much will each heir inherit?

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George, a 98 year-old widower, has two children, Alice and …

Prepare Your Estate Plan Case Study 4

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Case Study 4 – The surviving spouse’s share

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Sarah and Joe have three children. Joe worries that his wife, Sarah, seemed too …

Prepare Your Estate Plan Case Studies

Prepare Your Estate Plan Case Studies

Do you have concerns about property-distribution issues? Discuss these particular situations with your adult children, trusted friends, or parent/guardian. Each case study includes a quiz. The correct responses are provided for each case for residents of Idaho, Iowa, Kentucky, North Dakota, and South Dakota.

Case Study 3 – The disadvantages of writing your own will

Case Study 4 – The surviving spouse’s share

Case Study 5 – How much will each heir inherit?

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Communicate Your Advance Directives for Health Care: Print this Lesson

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If you had a serious accident or illness that caused permanent loss of mental capacity, leaving you unable to tell your doctor which medical treatments you did or did not want, would your loved ones know what to do? Who would make these decisions for …

Advance Directives for Health Care

Advance directives for health care are legal documents that enable you to plan for and communicate your end-of-life decisions in the event that you are unable to speak for yourself. Thoughtfully prepared advance directives can ease the burden on those who must make health-care decisions for you. Without advance directives, decisions might be made by doctors, family members, and sometimes even judges who may know little about your wishes. Advance directives give you a voice in decisions about your medical …

Advance Directives Case Study 2

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Case Study 2- How do you handle after-death choices? (Organ/tissue donations, autopsy, burial, cremation)

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Millie …

Advance Directives Case Study 3

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Case Study 3 – The disadvantages of writing your own will.

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Eddie, age 70, decides to write his …

Advance Directives Case Study 4 North Dakota Answers

Case Study 4 – The surviving spouse’s share

Answers for North Dakota Residents

The following answers are based upon North Dakota law as of January 2006. The
laws in other states may be different. Laws are subject to change, so please ask
your attorney for answers to specific questions.

1. Assume that Joe and Sarah own their home as community property. If Joe’s will leaves the home to their three children, and he dies before Sarah, the children will inherit