Legal Articles, Estate

Who Decides For You? Powers of Attorney and Guardianships in Vermont

In far too many instances, couples neglect to plan for what medical treatment they might receive or who might have control over their personal assets once they become incapable of doing it themselves. Through a Power of Attorney, Health Care Directive, or by voluntary guardianship's, individuals can direct who will control life decisions made on their behalf in the event of incompetence or temporary or permanent disability

Last Will and Testament and Probate

Last Will and Testament creation and probate court

Deceased Estates and Medicaid Claims

Deceased Estates, and medicaid claims

Trusts

What a trust is. The common problems that occur with a trust.

Free Estate Planning Consultations (November 25)

Free Estate Planning Consultations (November 25)

Undue Influence as a Grounds for North Carolina Will Contests

An overview of undue influence as a grounds for will caveats in North Carolina

Resulting Trusts in North Carolina

An overview of resulting trusts in North Carolina

The Florida Pet Trust

Caring for your pet through a Pet Trust.

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