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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.

Medicaid planning in louisiana

Basics of Medicaid planning in Louisiana. An excellent summary of planning for Medicaid assistance with nursing home bills, with consideration of aspects unique to Louisiana.

When a common law spouse dies without a will

Common law spouses are not treated the same as married spouses under the law and do not automatically have the same property rights. In Ontario, if a common law spouse dies intestate (dying without a will), the surviving spouse will not inherit any part of the estate.

Do i really need a will?

Q: I don’t really have that much, do I really need a will? A: Yes!