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What is a living trust?

What is a living trust?

What is a living trust?We have previously covered the basics of what a trust is.  There are many different types of trusts to be learned.  Let’s discuss  “Inter Vivos”, or Living trusts.  A living trust spells out what is to be done with your assets, dependents, and your heirs.  It is created by you (the […]

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Avoiding Family Disputes

Family Disputes With or Without a Will   While it is important to ensure your loved ones are taken care of after you pass, it is also important to understand the conflicts families may endure over your estate after you pass.  Disputes can arise, whether you have a Will or not, due to conflicting feelings, […]

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Grounds for challenging a Will: Undue influence

Grounds for challenging a Will: Undue influenceIf someone takes advantage of a person’s reduced mental and/or physical state because of their proximity to the person, and influences a situation by exploiting fear or dependency, they aren’t just doing something improper. They may also be committing grounds for invalidating a Will. If someone signing a Will […]

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Grounds for challenging a Will: Fraud

Grounds for challenging a Will: FraudFraud is one of the most common grounds for contesting a Will. If you manage to prove fraud, some or all of the Will may be invalidated, and if an entire Will is invalidated and there is no other one, the property must then be distributed as per the state’s […]

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