Every state has its own laws concerning wills. Because individuals frequently live in more than one state across the span of a lifetime, it is essential to ensure that one’s will fully complies with his or her final state of residence. Your last wishes, and even the financial well-being of your loved ones, depends on
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Providing for the financial well-being of one’s minor children is a primary concern for every parent. Creating a Will or Revocable Living Trust that contains a support trust is reliable way to take care of this need. In creating a support trust, parents appoint a trustee who can administer the trust to provide for the
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Medicaid recovery simply refers to the state’s authority to seize financial resources and assets of an individual who has used Medicaid health insurance for a medical condition, or been a resident at a medical treatment or nursing facility. While many recipients of Medicaid benefits are excluded based on a lack of financial assets and other
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You can enter into a contract to buy or sell real estate by drafting the contract from scratch, or you can use a standardized form. Nearly every real estate agent in the country uses a standardized form. There’s a reason for that. They’re convenient. Agents need only fill in the blanks. Even if you’re the
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Your estate is subject to three potential beneficiaries: your heirs, desired charities, or taxing authorities. The wealth created from the hard work that you have invested to have a secure life for your family should not be left to chance. Neither should your charities of choice suffer a lack of funding because a significant portion
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Many people make a living will or other written end-of-life wishes. However, it is common for people to want to make changes to these plans as their medical condition changes. For instance, people who have a heart condition that requires occasional defibrillation may change their mind about a prior request not to be resuscitated. What
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Mollie was concerned for her 86-year old mother. Not only was her mother’s health waning, Mollie noticed there were some peculiar things going on with her mother’s finances. One day Mollie came across one of her mother’s checking account statements and realized her mother was being taken advantage of. Some $2000 in checks had been
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Many neighbors have disputes, but disputes over property lines and fencing often can be the worst. While many people try to resolve these disagreements on their own, this can be complicated without getting the help of an attorney and going to court. There are several facts that are relevant to your situation when a neighbor
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When a person dies, they either die with a will or without a will. A valid last will and testament is a legal declaration made by a person in anticipation of death. It provides for how their property will be distributed upon their death, and who will distribute it. If they die without a will,
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