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Golden Years can be Tainted by Absence of Planning

Senior citizens typically come to Arizona to enjoy their golden years in fantastic weather condition and an

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Estate Planning When You're Dedicated Without Marriage

Planning for an estate when the owner and his or her significant other are not married is often made complex.

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Expert Witness on Testamentary Capacity

Experts are often needed when a will need to be evaluated either before or after the individual has actually passed

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Dovetailing Disabled Adult Kid Advantages with Supplemental Security Income Advantages

A brief window exists for a special requirements kid who is near age 18 to get approved for SSI by fulfilling the

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Advanced Directives and Why You Required One

No one understands what the future holds, in truth thinking of the future can be a scary thing, especially when

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Fight of the Wills - What Takes place When More than One Last Will and Testimony Turns Up

Huguette Clark, a New York heiress with an estate valued at more than $400 million, died in 2015 just shy of her

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Payable on Death Accounts and Transfer on Death Accounts

Payable on Death or Transfer on Death Accounts may be a choice to prevent probate and enable your beneficiary

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Divorce and Estate Planning

If you are going through or even pondering a divorce, the single essential action you can take to make sure that

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Facts about a Special Needs Trust

Special needs trusts are created to help individuals have a better quality of life while keeping eligibility for

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Inheritance Issues When Parents Were Never Married

Inheritances may occur without the need for moms and dads to marry, however the state laws might not recognize the

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