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What if one dies without a will?

It is never easy to face the prospect of one's own mortality. On top of that, one might reasonably be reticent about the prospect of offending certain family members or friends with their decisions regarding the dispersals of their estates. For this reason, some in...

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How do you handle pets with probate?

After your death, your last will and testament must undergo verification in court. Your executor will help this process along, ensuring that everything you wanted to happen will come to fruition in your absence. This includes any special stipulations you may have...

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Estate plan updates preserve function

An outdated estate plan may retain control of testators' legacies even if they made informal changes elsewhere. Because many courts reference legal documents to close an estate, it is critical for people to keep their plans updated. Significant life changes may impact...

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How can parallel parenting help?

As the parent of a child going through a divorce, you likely prioritize your child's future health, safety and happiness above all else. To that end, figuring out a parenting plan likely holds a lot of your attention. While looking through the many varied options...

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Who keeps the house after a military divorce?

The United States Department of Veterans Affairs guarantees home loans made to active service members, veterans and their eligible spouses. If you relied upon a VA loan to purchase a home during your marriage, you may need to consider some options to keep it after a...

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