Carol A Nolan’s Guides

Carol A Nolan

Wheaton Elder Law Attorney.

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  1. Illinois Independent Administration of a Will

    Written by attorney Carol Nolan, almost 4 years ago.

    In Illinois, many wills state that a representative shall seek independent administration. Even if a will is silent on the issue of independent administration, anyone filing a petition to admit a will to probate may request that the administration be independent. If there is an...

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  2. Benefits of Revocable Living Trusts

    Written by attorney Carol Nolan, almost 4 years ago.

    A revocable living trust is a trust that your create during your life while you are competent naming yourself as the beneficiary of the trust during your lifetime, and providing for distribution of your trust assets after your death. It also names a person to act as successor tr...

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  3. Planning for possible disability

    Written by attorney Carol Nolan, almost 4 years ago.

    Pros and Cons of Powers of Attorney for Healthcare and Property POWERS OF ATTORNEY FOR HEALTHCARE AND PROPERTY: PROS: This is the most convenient and least expensive strategy. The principal names a