Delaware Estate Planning Laws
Created by FindLaw's team of legal writers and editors | Last reviewed January 19, 2018
Welcome to FindLaw's section on Delaware's estate tax and probate laws, which come into play when someone dies and their estate is settled. In this section, you will learn the difference between wills, used to determine where your belongings and assets go after you die, and living wills, which are legal documents that notify health care professionals of your preferences in the case of an emergency. In addition, this section covers durable powers of attorney, legally binding documents that grant a trust individual with important personal and financial decisions. To learn more about Delaware's estate planning laws, click on a link below or speak with an attorney.
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