Vermont Estate Planning Laws
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Even if you're young, healthy, and feel invincible, it's important to understand that life is fleeting and you can't take anything with you when you die. Estate planning law addresses this reality, providing laws and procedures for managing your belongings and interests beyond your natural life. Welcome to FindLaw's legal primer on Vermont's estate planning laws, covering the state laws and procedures relevant to our inevitable demise. In this section, you'll learn about living wills, durable powers of attorney, wills, probate and estate taxes, and much more. Click on a link below to learn more about Vermont's estate planning laws.
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