Estate Articles

[1] 2 3 4 5 6 s...16next page>
1-10 of 160 matches. Page 1 of 16.
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.
How can I leave assets to a disabled child without disqualifying them from state and federal benefits?
Article discusses leaving assets to a disabled relative without disqualifying them from state and federal benefits.
How can I avoid Probate?
Article reviews the topic of probate and the ways to avoid it.
Do I need a will?
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.
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
[1] 2 3 4 5 6 s...16next page>

Search Again

Legal Articles additional disclaimer. is not a law firm and does not offer legal advice. Content posted on are the sole responsibility of the person from whom such content originated and are not reviewed or commented on by The application of law to any set of facts is a highly specialized skill, practiced by lawyers and often dependent on jurisdiction. Content on the site of a legal nature may or may not be accurate for a particular state or jurisdiction and may largely depend on specific circumstances surrounding individual cases, which may or may not be consistent with your circumstances or may no longer be up-to-date to the extent that laws have changed since posting. Legal articles therefore are for review as general research and for use in helping to gage a lawyer's expertise on a matter. If you are seeking specific legal advice, recommends that you contact a lawyer to review your specific issues. See's full Terms of Use for more information.