Many people assume that the best place to store your Power of Attorney is in a safety deposit box, but it’s not always a good idea. Find out why in this post.
A straightforward sale isn't the only time you need a deed—there are many different types of real estate deeds for different situations, and it can be difficult to understand which one you need for your particular circumstance.
Some people add conditions to the gifts they leave in their last wills, and many try to prevent their heirs from disputing the conditions with no-contest clauses. Find out what they are and how they work in this blog post.
Many Americans have elderly parents and are unsure how to discuss difficult topics like estate or funeral planning with them. In this post, we outline three topics you should cover with your parents and several legal documents they’ll find useful.