8th Oct 2014
A beneficiary deed is a better way of doing this. It is recorded now but does not take effect until death and can be revoked.
Not really, unless the plan is effected long before the disease and treatment become active. A lot of promises are made today to market complicated estate protection plans. The simple truth is that the old style method of divesting a … more
27th Sep 2014
A will typically passes property retained in the name of the decedent until death. As such, it usually requires probate filing with the court and consideration of creditor claims against the decedent’s estate and based upon statutory priorities. Unless there … more