Alabama Estate Planning Laws
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Planning for one's inevitable demise can seem like a difficult task, especially for the young and healthy, but understanding Alabama's estate planning laws is a valuable exercise. Welcome to FindLaw's Alabama estate planning law section, with articles and links to other useful resources about drafting a will and executing other important estate processes. Information about writing a valid durable power of attorney and/or living will can help your loved ones and physicians make informed decisions in emergencies or at the end of life. Click on a link below to learn more about estate planning laws in Alabama.
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