Tags » Probate

Settling Land Issues with a Seattle Top Trusts Attorney

Surprisingly, there is a way for Seattle Top Trusts Attorneyto make land disputes a process that is easier for everyone involved. In fact, it is not necessary for the case to take so long to be resolved if the player uses the right tools. 414 more words

Will Contests and Probate Litigation

Will Contests and Probate Litigation
Estate Planning Lawyer in Corpus Christi
In property law, a will contest occurs when a person challenges the validity of a will. 286 more words

Corpus Christi Elder Law Attorneys

Corpus Christi Elder Law
Elder law is the legal practice which focuses on issues affecting elder populations. If you have a loved one in assisted living, a nursing facility, or that will be requiring long-term care within the next few years, you will need someone to help you plan ahead. 284 more words

Excuses excuses

I want to apologise for the lack of thought provoking and mind expanding blog last week, but there is a good reason, honest there is. 160 more words

Writing - Kates Stuff

Free Report: What are the Drawbacks of Probate in Indiana?

When an estate is going through probate confidentiality is lost, because probate records can be accessed by the general public. Topics covered in this report include: Delayed Assetdistributions Accumulation of Expenses Public proceeding Avoiding Probate Click here to read the whole article or download the PDF. 16 more words

Accumulating Assets Creates Responsibilities by Jackie Marie Howard, Trust Attorney

Many people focus only on accumulating assets (such as bank accounts, real estate, retirements, stocks, bonds, timeshares, and more). The following topics need to be addressed along with the goal of accumulation: how the assets will be transferred at death and how they will be controlled/available during incapacity. 225 more words

Estate Planning

A Primer on North Carolina Living Trusts

Most clients who seek me out for estate planning advice generally ask for help in drafting and executing a will for them. While a will is a necessary part of an estate plan, a trust┬ácan be also be a very important part of that┬áplan – and not just for the wealthy. 411 more words

Estate Planning