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4 05, 2018

Lawsuit For Share Of An Inheritance?

By |May 4th, 2018|Estate|0 Comments

Can I File A Lawsuit For My Share Of An Inheritance? The death of a loved one can have a devastating impact on family and friends. Not just emotionally, but financially, as well. In between the funeral and leftover bills, there's also the inheritance. Sometimes an individual who has passed writes a will that clearly [...]

2 02, 2015

Talking to Your Parents About Money

By |February 2nd, 2015|Estate|0 Comments

You may not like to think about your own finances, let alone bring up the topic with others. But there comes a time when financial issues should be explored with your parents once they get older and they need to plan ahead. This conversation is especially needed if your parents become ill or frail and [...]

15 10, 2014

Postnuptial Agreement Do’s and Don’t’s

By |October 15th, 2014|Estate|0 Comments

Marriage related agreements give spouses some certainly concerning the division of property if the two divorce later on. They are similar to a will and could impact your estate planning. While state law provides how your property will be divided if you die without a will, state law will also spell out how your property [...]

4 09, 2014

Who Pays the Fees in Trust and Estate Litigation?

By |September 4th, 2014|Estate|0 Comments

Generally those fees come from the property and resources in the will or trust, not out of the pockets of the people named to be responsible for those assets and how they are spent. Following the death of a person who created a will, the person named in the will as an executor (male) or [...]

30 07, 2014

Early Estate Planning Tips Before You Turn 55 Years Old

By |July 30th, 2014|Estate|0 Comments

With over 10,000 Americans turning 55 daily, estate planning is something that should be on the minds of many as they age. As the population ages, Alzheimer’s and dementia is devastating elderly Americans. While estate planning in general is important, estate planning while younger is very important because of the ability to not only plan [...]

13 05, 2014

Proper Estate Planning to Avoid Litigation

By |May 13th, 2014|Estate|0 Comments

One of the many benefits that proper estate planning provides someone is the ability to avoid costly litigation, which sucks up resources that could have been retained if planning was properly done. An area where this occurs often is in the world of durable powers of attorney and conservatorships for individuals suffering from dementia or [...]

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