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hazards of joint tenancy

The Hazards of Joint Tenancy

As parents age, families sometimes struggle with how to best keep their parents’ financial affairs in order. One common approach is for aging parents to put one or more of their children on their investment accounts, bank accounts and real property.

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What is a pour-over will?

What Is a Pour-Over Will?

When you create a living trust, you also sign a pour-over will. One of the main benefits of a trust is avoiding a court proceeding on death called probate, which is when wills are used.

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Deed In Trust

Common Errors With Trust Deeds

You should go to an estate planning attorney to sort things out and make sure both of you are on the same page about who owns what, who gets to stay where and for how long into the future.

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DIY Estate Planning

What’s Wrong with DIY Estate Planning?

Thanks to the Internet, everyone has the ability to draft wills, trusts and a variety of other legal documents. Many documents can be produced for less than $100, requiring only a few mouse clicks and filled-in blanks.

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