North Dakota Estate Planning Laws
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Since the only sure things in life are death and taxes, it's a good idea to plan for the former -- while protecting your family -- by getting up to speed on North Dakota's estate planning laws. FindLaw's section covering these laws is constantly updated and written for non-attorneys. You'll learn about how to write a valid will; the laws regarding durable powers of attorney, in which you may designate someone to make important health care decisions on your behalf in case you're unable to; the civil statute of limitations; and more. Click on a link below to learn more about North Dakota's estate planning laws.
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