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Probate Workarounds Can Save Your Heirs Time and Money

From the Nerd Wallet website

A reader recently reached out after his elderly mother died, asking how soon he could distribute the $10,000 she had earmarked in her will for each of her two grandchildren. 26 more words

Finance

Your role as trustee of a trust

You have been named Trustee of someone’s trust. Here is a very basic overview of your responsibilities as trustee, under Ohio law.

The person who made the trust–the “Grantor,” or some people use “Settlor”–must have thought of you as a responsible, trustworthy person to designate you as Trustee of this person’s trust. 603 more words

Your final moments . . .

I know, I have written before about the importance of writing a living will or an advanced directive.

However, my wife and I recently visited a lawyer to take the official step of setting such ideas in stone.  456 more words

Family

Why Creating a Last Will is a Must?

It would be best if you were not complacent about the distribution of property else things can get complicated. If there is no Will after your death, a court will end up deciding the affairs for you. 371 more words

Last Will And Testament Delaware

10 Tips for Personal Representatives of a Living Trust

Your family or friend has chosen you to handle his or her living trust after passing away. If your loved one chose you, it was more likely because he or she trusted you and believed you had the ability to handle the living trust responsibly. 279 more words

Real Estate

The estate of George W. Thompson.

Wilson Advance, 19 June 1890.

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In the 1870 census of Cross Roads township, Wilson County: farm laborer George Thompson, 57; wife Rilda… 224 more words

Wilson County

Over Jenna was an acceptable excuse...

Over a $10 big mac meal? All fall short apparently…Humanity cannot be greedier than that since what is $10 divided by 7.115 billion? Exactly…I have more than that in my pocket but that’s not the point. 146 more words

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