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Oklahoma Probate outline
A timeline of an Oklahoma probate
What are possible arguments that can be made to challenge a will?
There are several possible arguments that can be made to challenge a will; they include: lack of capacity, insane delusion, undue influence, fraud, duress, mistake, or revocation. The most common are lack of capacity and undue influence.
The Importance of Estate Planning
The importance of estate planning and an explanation of the various documents used in Rhode Island Estate Planning
Will or Trust
Choosing a will or trust
When Should I Set Up a Trust?
The time to consider your estate plan is when you have children to care for, 50 years or older, relocated and planning a trip.
Divorced But Not Seperated
With a significant change oflife events, remember to update your estate plan to address beneficiary designations for life insurance, investment accounts and bank accounts. It is an important time to update your estate planning as well be reviewing your trust documents.
That Deed to Your Child Cost her a Lot of Money
Do not deed your property to your children!
Advice for Families in Probate or Trust Distribution
Guidance for people who are in probate cases or Trust Administration
ASSET PROTECTION: Offshore vs. Domestic Trust (Int’l Persons)
This is a continuation of the discussion in Part I of this series regarding the advantages and disadvantages of two common asset protection techniques: offshore entities/accounts, and the US asset protection trust.
ASSET PROTECTION: Offshore vs. Domestic Trust (US Persons)
Ours is an international law firm, so offshore work has always been part of our practice. Lately, however, we have been moving away from recommending offshore to our US clients.
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