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Estate Planning

An Intro into Estate Planning

26th March 2012
Exactly why Prepare Your own Real estate? The particular awareness that we will ultimately pass away is one of the things which generally seems to distinguish people away from some other living beings. At the same time, nobody wants to procrastinate on t...
Author: lawfirm articles
Divorce

What Makes a Good Prenuptial Agreement

09th August 2011
Many people assume that prenuptial agreements are only for couples who are extremely successful or have a great deal of money. While it is true that agreements are important for those people, they are also beneficial for your average couple. A prenuptial ...
Author: damlawny
Trusts

The value of life insurance trusts

13th January 2011
You may think of life insurance in very simple terms: you buy a policy so that your loved ones will have some financial assistance when you die. But if you have assets of $1 million or more, you should view life insurance as a tool kind of a Swiss army ...
Author: Ishan Goradiya
Estate Planning

Steps to Take in Advance of Disability or Death

12th August 2010
Although none of us wants to contemplate a time when we or a loved one might become disabled or die, it is important to be prepared. There are many steps families can take in advance of death or disability to avoid future conflicts or uncertainties: - ...
Author: Law Office of Sean D. Ethington
Estate Planning

Top Things to Know about Estate Planning

05th July 2010
"Life lives, life dies. Life laughs, life cries. Life gives up and life tries. But life looks different through everyones eyes." Anonymous. Someone once famously said, "Everyone dies, but not everyone lives." If you are fortunate enough to have "lived...
Author: Jim Knight
Family Law

Family Law – fields under this legal genre

17th June 2010
What does family law cover? This is one of the basic concepts that you need to have. Many have the misconception that all that a family lawyer handles is a divorce proceeding. But this isn't the case. There are a number of aspects that these legal profess...
Author: Steve Johnson
Estate Planning

10 Deadly Mistakes by Attorneys in their personal Wills and Estate Planning

15th June 2010
10 Deadly Mistakes by Attorneys in their personal Wills and Estate Planning By Kenneth Vercammen, Esq. Where there's No Will … If you do not write a Will, the State has already written one for you. Your assets go to whoever a state law say...
Author: Kenneth Vercammen Esq.
Estate Planning

The Value of a Lawyer When a Loved One Passes

08th April 2010
Actually a lawyer can be especially valuable before a love one passes. Consulting with an attorney when putting together a will can do much to ease the transition that a spouse or family will go through at the time of death of a love one. Ensuring that th...
Author: tb_chats
Estate Planning

Wills and Estate Planning for Insurance Agents and Brokers

31st March 2010
Wills and Estate Planning for Insurance Agents and Brokers By Kenneth Vercammen, Esq. Where there's No Will … If you do not write a Will, the State has already written one for you. Your assets go to whoever a state law says ...
Author: Kenneth Vercammen Esq.
Estate Planning

Estate Planning for Unmarried Couples - Part One

24th March 2010
Whether of same-sex or opposite-sex unions, unmarried couples face many estate planning issues (and opportunities). Although unmarried couples clearly face challenges that married couples do not, most are challenges that can be overcome with planning. How...
Author: Julius Giarmarco, Esq.
Criminal Law

Free Public Arrest Records For Tips and Recommendations

15th March 2010
Oklahoma Arrest Records contain information that we need for us to know how to deal with a certain individual. With such record, we will know about the past of a person and if there's a criminal record under his or her name. Likewise, it also tells us abo...
Author: Benjo Mars
Taxes

Saving Taxes With The Spouse Trust

13th November 2009
A spouse trust is a trust account which can be established to give your spouse the ability to defer taxes as well as to protect the family interests. This act settles that only the spouse can use the estate and no one else, during his lifetime. Upon your ...
Author: Klik Sail
Legal

Wills Online - Are They Safe?

05th October 2009
In the last ten years, the number and variety of sites that allow users to write a will online has expanded massively. As people become more confident in using computers and more trusting in websites generally, the range of legal services that can be purc...
Author: Wills
Legal

Executors and Trustees Are Not the Same

08th September 2008
Let's review the difference between a will and a living trust before looking at the differences between the estate planning terms executors and trustees: A will is a legal document directing the disposition of assets upon a person's death. A living ...
Author: Author Unknown