Tag: estate planning
5 Things To Know About a Will
1. Will Must Go To Probate Court Most people know that a Will tells people what you want to do with your money and other property after you pass away. A properly executed Will can in fact be kept private until after you pass away. But after you pass away, […]
How Do I Make my Will Clear Enough to Avoid Disputes?
It’s important to have a will because this document specifies how money and property will be distributed after death. Without a will, the person is declared “intestate” and money and property are distributed under the laws of intestacy in the state in which the person resided. Terms of a will must be […]
New Year’s Resolutions: Legal and Financial Matters
Resolutions: Lose weight. Exercise. Eat Healthy. Great. But, here are some smart New Year’s resolutions to upgrade your legal and financial status: 1. Balance & review all accounts monthly or more often. Rampant identity theft and big box store security breaches make this one of your top resolutions. Some people […]