How a Living Trust and Pour Over Will Work Together

How a Living Trust and Pour-Over Will Work Together

A Living Trust and Pour-Over Will are two estate planning documents that tend to work really well together. In this post, we explore how these two legal documents can work for your estate plan.

/ May 15, 2018
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3 Things You Should Do Before Getting Remarried

Many problems can arise if you do not make sure your legal affairs are in order before getting remarried. Find out three things you should do before the big day in this post.

/ May 10, 2018
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Breaking Bank: How Bankruptcy Affects Inheritances and Estate Plans

Bankruptcy affects hundreds of thousands of Americans every year, and it leaves many of them in the lurch when it comes to their inheritances. In this blog post, we discuss some of the consequences bankruptcy has on people’s ability to...

/ May 8, 2018
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What Do You Need to Get a Marriage License?

Did you know that different states have different rules for what you need to be legally married? In order to be considered married by law, you’ll need to make sure you follow the requirements set out by your state. Find...

/ May 3, 2018
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Boilerplate Clauses in a Legal Document

Boilerplate clauses, also known as standard, miscellaneous, or general clauses, are located at the end of most corporate legal documents. They provide instructions on how to act in a variety of situations and clarify the relationship between the parties. Learn...

/ May 1, 2018
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3 Spring Preparations Landlords Should Make

Spring is a time for change—even in the rental market. This blog post discusses 3 things landlords can to for new tenants, existing tenants, and property maintenance to make the spring rental season straightforward and stress-free.

/ April 26, 2018