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  • Ask the Experts: Who pays bills left by deceased? *  By : Staff
    Who is responsible for paying a Visa bill when the cardholder passes away?
  • Estate Planning Is Not Just for the Rich and the Famous *  By : Staff
    An estate investment plan is a program for the management and distribution of your assets upon your death, as well as instructions for handling your affairs should you become unable to do so while you are still alive.
  • Probate judge: Having a will serious business *  By : Staff
    It deals with your assets and liabilities, it names your personal representatives after you’re gone, the person who will act as an officer of the court to carry out your wishes after you’re gone.
  • Are your digital assets listed in your will? *  By : Staff
    Digital assets, alongside caretaking provisions for parents and pets, are named among the top "new frontiers" often overlooked.
  • Wills, Estate Planning ‘Spell Out’ Wishes *  By : Staff
    “Dying with Style” isn’t a presentation about how to dress the deceased for their funeral.
  • Owning Property in Joint Tenancy  By : Staff
    Owning property in joint tenancy is one way to simplify the process of distributing your property upon your death.
  • Last Will & Testament  By : Staff
    A Will is a document which provides the manner in which a person’s property will be distributed after death.
  • How to Contest a Will  By : Staff
    A last will is a legal document that determines the distribution of a person's estate, which includes assets, upon his/her demise. A last will and testament must be up-to-date to be legally compliant with your state's laws.
  • Do it Yourself Last Will and Testament Tips  By : Staff
    Contemplation about your death is never pleasant, but doing the wise thing by foreseeing the possible circumstances of your demise and impact on your family is an honorable act. A last will is a document/form that will ensure your wishes are upheld upon your death.
  • Should You Use a Charitable Gift Annuity?  By : J. R. Randolph
    Charitable Gift Annuities are a contract where the donor(s) give an irrevocable gift of cash or other assets to a qualified charity and receives a charitable deduction. In return, the charity agrees to pay a fixed amount of money to the annuitant(s) for their lifetime. The annuity payments are not "income", a portion of the payments are considered to be a partial tax-free return of the donor's gift, which are spread over the lifetime of the annuitant(s). The contributed property becomes a part
  • Common Questions Asked About Last Will Forms  By : Staff
    A Last Will and Testament controls the distribution of your property at death and you may give some one you trust guardianship over your children after your death. No property is transferred or effects will take place, a will is not effective as long as you’re living.
  • Wills  By : Staff
    The Difference Between a Will and a Living Will
  • Last Will and Testament Form  By : Staff
    Avoid family disagreements. Many families struggle over who should get what. A will allows you to give your things to whomever you want, not to whomever a judge decides will get it.
  • Your Last Will and Testament  By : Staff
    Frequently asked questions about Last Will and Testaments.
  • Why Should I Have a Will?  By : Staff
    Even if you do not have very much, you probably still have some things you would like to pass on to your loved ones.

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