Category Archives: "Trusts"

probate attorney
When Do You Need A Probate Lawyer?
A probate attorney can help family members of a deceased person to settle the debts and distribute the assets. What Is a Probate Lawyer?  Probate attorney, also called trust or estate attorney, helps executors of the estate in managing the probate process if there is no will. Probate attorneys also help with estate planning; they give advice on powers of attorney, and also help in the drafting of wills or living trusts, or even serve as an executor or administrator. Can The Assets Of A Deceased Person's...

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Irrevocable Trust in Medicaid Planning
The Importance of Using an Irrevocable Trust in Medicaid Planning
People often wonder about the importance of utilizing an Irrevocable Trust in Medicaid Planning. Undoubtedly, the gifting of assets can be done outright. So, why confuse things with a trust? The answer is that the gift transaction costs are only a portion of what needs to be considered. Many significant advantages that can result from gifting in trust are forfeited by the outright gifting. These advantages show the importance in utilizing Irrevocable Trusts in Medicaid and asset protection planning. The...

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Why and how to organize your financial and legal affairs
Why Organize Your Affairs It’s not easy to think about what might happen if you become unable to handle your own affairs.  But illness and infirmity are as unpredictable as they are inevitable.  It’s impossible to know when they will strike you or what form they may take. Acknowledging your mortality is even more difficult.  Even those you might reasonably expect to know better are not exempt from the tendency to avoid end-of-life decisions. May people have inventories in their heads about...

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