Three Reasons To Consider An Irrevocable Trust

28 November 2018
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Estate planning is important to your heirs. Whether they are family members, friends or charities that are important to you. With proper planning, you can give your heirs the maximum amount they are entitled to and avoid the long delays of probate. The best way to do this is by using a living trust. However, different kinds of trusts exist. You can choose from irrevocable trusts and revocable trusts. There are certain advantages to an irrevocable trust. Read More 

Learn How To Divide A Large Piece Of Property As Inheritance For Your Children

31 October 2017
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When you have a large piece of land that you plan to leave to your children when you pass away, it is important to properly plan to ensure that the children do not fight about what they are entitled to after you die. Meeting with a real estate attorney and retaining wills attorney services to make sure that everything is clearly listed in writing will ensure that there is nothing for the children to fight about. Read More 

3 Mistakes You Could Make Before Closing On A Home

29 May 2017
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After the home inspection, some buyers feel that they are on cruise control until they reach the closing day. Unfortunately, not staying tuned into the home buying process could mean a last minute surprise that derails the purchase of a home. To help make sure you are properly ready for closing, here are some mistakes that others have made that you need to avoid.   Failing to Review the Closing Documents  The day of your closing should not be the first time that you see the documents that you are required to sign. Read More 

When You Are the Executor of a Will: Understanding Your Role to Disburse an Estate

15 March 2017
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If you are the executor of a will, you are assigned the job of handling the estate of the deceased. When the estate is simple and no one is fighting over the assets, you may not need to work with an attorney to get the job done. On the other hand, if the estate is complicated and you have no idea about probate court procedures, working with an attorney is going to help you settle the estate more efficiently. Read More 

3 Simple Ways To Get Started With Estate Planning

13 March 2017
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Failing to account for how you want your assets to be dispersed following your death could create a serious headache for your surviving family members. While no one wants to think about their own passing, estate planning is an important task that shouldn't be avoided. Here are three simple things that you can do to get started with the estate planning process in order to ensure the proper distribution of your assets in the future. Read More