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Using joint accounts for estate planning is easy and inexpensive. It can also lead to problems that could be avoided through proper estate planning.
Article discusses the issue of incapacity, guardianship proceeding and special needs estate planning.
Article discusses leaving assets to a disabled relative without disqualifying them from state and federal benefits.
Article reviews the topic of probate and the ways to avoid it.
Do I need a will? What is Advanced Medical Directive? What is Durable General Power of Attorney? What if I don't have a Durable Power of Attorney and become incapacitated? The article answers several estate planning questions.
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.
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.
Introduction to Estate Planning and the Probate Process