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Avoiding Probate with a Living Trust
Probate is the legal process through which the estate of a person who has passed away is administered.
Medicaid Coverage Of Hospice Care
Though talking about hospice care is never easy and can be emotional, many ill individuals will have to go on hospice care to get them through the final days of their illness. The patient and family will also have to find a way to financially cover the hospice case costs, which can be substantial.
BLUE SPRINGS LAW OFFICE in Blue Springs, Missouri has a strong background in Estate Planning, Drafting of Wills and Trusts, Ways to Avoid Probate, and Estate Administration through the Probate Process.
The probate process
The basic steps in the probate process here in California
Considerations in favor of creating an estate plan
Top Ten Reasons for a Trust
Checklist Upon Death of Loved One
Basic Checklist for decisions to be made upon death of loved one
Using Joint Accounts for Estate Planning. Good idea or not?
Using joint accounts for estate planning is easy and inexpensive. It can also lead to problems that could be avoided through proper estate planning.
Do I need Guardianship for my Special Needs Child?
Article discusses the issue of incapacity, guardianship proceeding and special needs estate planning.
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