If you own property and assets, you may want to have a will. That way you, rather than your state government, can decide who gets your property and assets whe.... Read more
If you own property at the time of your death, your will provides instructions on how it should be distributed. If you don't have a will, the state distribute.... Read more
Drafting a will that instructs how your property should be distributed after your death is a smart thing to do. As part of this process, you need to appoint s.... Read more
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“Green” or “natural’ burials are increasing in popularity for two reasons: cost and environmental awareness.
The average cost of a traditional funeral ranges from $6,000 to $10,000 - and can b...
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Most of us have had the same nightmare. We are slowly dying in a hospital bed, tubes going in and out, being kept alive by beeping machines. Worse yet, we are unable to communicate our wishes to our c...
As the years fly by faster and faster, most of us start thinking about what will become of our financial and physical assets when we die. Surprisingly few of us actually do anything about it, however....
Since 2001, federal estate (“death”) and gift taxes have been on a roller coaster ride, with changing exemption levels and tax rates. In 2010, these taxes even disappeared completely for one year. Thi...
Challenging a will is difficult, but it can be done. You can challenge a will if facts indicate that the will was not properly made or was the result of fraud, mistake, or improper influence on the pe...
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