Making plans for your estate can be a sobering undertaking. Choosing who will get your belongings and other similar decisions can be challenging and stressful. In fact, you may become so emotional during estate planning that you may overlook key actions you should take in order to keep your loved ones and family out of probate court when you’ve passed on. Ask yourself the questions below to be confident that you’re doing everything possible to protect your family after your death.…Read More »
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A will is a will, right? Wrong. The most commonly known type of will is the simple will, but there are several other types to choose from. If you are planning on creating a will, know your options before picking one. The Simple Will You might hear the simple will referred to as a statutory will. It is the most basic, cookie cutter document. Designed to fit almost everyone, it is best suited for people who have small, simple estates.…Read More »
Getting an annulment is a way of declaring that you were never married. There are only a few grounds for annulment, and fraud is one of them. Most people will agree that it is better to prevent a fraudulent marriage in the first place than to have it annulled later on. Here are some of the red flags that should make you suspect that you are about to enter a marriage based on fraud:…Read More »