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Despite dealing largely with one of life's must unchanging truths -- that everyone ages and eventually must die -- estate planning is a surprisingly ever-changing area of law.
Not only do the laws governing estate planning change over time, but so to the techniques used by estate planning attorneys to address their clients' needs. With the popularity of cremation on the rise, questions regarding the legality and logistics of scattering ashes have become more common. The use of trusts has also become popular in estate plans, with different types of trusts to address specific needs and situations.
What were some of the most important issues in estate planning in 2014? Here are our Top 7 estate-planning posts from the past year:
Learn more about living wills, trusts, advanced directives, and more at FindLaw's section on Estate Planning.