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If You Own Your Home in Joint Tencacy, You May Disinherit Your Own Children!
Owning property as Joint Tenants with Rights of Survivorship is easey, common, and often disastrous.
Do I Have An Estate? What's All This Talk About Wills and Trusts?
The purpose of this article is to reveal the potential problems that can arise when a spouse dies during the divorce process. Sadly, many people never get around to having their will drafted. And, as a result, the distribution of their estate may be averse to their unwritten wishes.
Division of Property upon Divorce: The Impact of a Trust
The division of marital assets is one of the most important and complex steps in the divorce process. Parties must first determine what the marital assets are and the value of them.
Estate Planning
Introduction to Estate Planning and the Probate Process
Prenuptial Agreements: Not Just for the Rich and Famous
This articles is the beginning of a pros and cons list of prenuptial agreements.
No, you won't lose your home!
There is a big myth that a family will lose their home to the nursing facility if they go on Medicaid. Get the facts!
Top 10 Reasons You Don't need a Will
10 Thought provoking comments that might make you think twice about not having a Last Will.
Capital Gains and Inheritance
You may be entitled to a tax break on property you inherit known as a "step up in basis'.
Why you need a Will in Washington State
Having a Last Will and Testament in Washington State is an important way to protect your family and your finances.
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