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  • Who Should Have a Revocable Living Trust?

    Whether you are young or old, rich or poor married or single, if you owned titled assets such as a house and want your loved …

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  • What is a Revocable Living Trust?

    This is an agreement with three parties: the Trust-makers, the Trustees (or Trust Managers), and the Trust Beneficiaries. For example, a husband and wife may …

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  • What is a Durable Power of Attorney and when do I need one?

    These allow you to appoint someone you know and trust to make your personal health care and financial decisions even when you cannot. If you …

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  • What are Beneficiary Designations?

    You may avoid probate on the transfer of some assets at your death through the use of beneficiary designations. Laws regarding what assets may be …

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  • What does Intestacy mean?

    If you die without even a Will (intestate), the legislature of your state has already determined who will inherit your assets and when they will …

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  • What is a Living Will?

    Sometimes called an Advance Medical Directive, a living will allows you to state your wishes in advance regarding what types of medical life support measures …

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  • What is a Will?

    The document a person signs to provide for the orderly disposition of assets after death. Wills do not avoid probate. Wills have no legal authority …

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  • What is Joint Tenancy with Rights of Survivorship? (in some states “Tenancy by the Entirety” when between spouses)

    This is the most common form of asset ownership between spouses. Joint tenancy (or TBE) has the advantage of avoiding probate at the death of …

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  • What is Probate?

    Probate is the court and process that looks after people who cannot make their own personal, health care and financial decisions. These people fall into …

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