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What is a Revocable Trust?

In a revocable trust, the terms of the arrangement can be altered at any time by the grantor during their life. The assets in a trust are considered personal assets, so they’re typically subject to taxes and can be targeted by creditors in the event of a lawsuit. But...

The Difference Between Will and Trust

When it comes to leaving something behind for your family and other loved ones, there are many routes through which to direct your assets. The two most popular route is either the will and trust. Both, are essentially tools used for estate planning. If you want to...

What is a Testamentary Trust?

What is an Irrevocable Living Trust?

Benefits of Hiring a Family Law Attorney

Divorces and separation cases are mentally draining and stressful. The good news is that seasoned family law firm will give you a shoulder to lean on. Besides legal support, family attorneys go a step further to provide you with emotional and moral support.  But that...

What Happens When You Get a Prenuptial Agreement?

A prenuptial agreement (also referred to as premarital or antenuptial) is a written private contract between two parties before marriage or civil union. The contract prepared couples for any eventuality. For instance, how would you want to handle assets in case of a...

What Kind of Cases Do Family Lawyers Handle

Family lawyers are legal professionals that handle issue concerned with a member of the family. Essentially, they deal with family law. Family lawyers can mediate between conflicting members of the family and represent litigants for cases that end up in court. If you...

What Is The Importance Of Estate Planning

No matter how big or small your estate, you want to be sure your assets are in good hands in the event you are unable to manage them any longer. This is why estate planning is so important. Without it, your home, your money, and any of your valuables are in danger of...

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What is a Revocable Trust?

In a revocable trust, the terms of the arrangement can be altered at any time by the grantor during their life. The assets in a trust are considered personal assets, so they’re typically subject to taxes and can be targeted by creditors in the event of a lawsuit. But...

The Difference Between Will and Trust

When it comes to leaving something behind for your family and other loved ones, there are many routes through which to direct your assets. The two most popular route is either the will and trust. Both, are essentially tools used for estate planning. If you want to...

Benefits of Hiring a Family Law Attorney

Divorces and separation cases are mentally draining and stressful. The good news is that seasoned family law firm will give you a shoulder to lean on. Besides legal support, family attorneys go a step further to provide you with emotional and moral support.  But that...

What Happens When You Get a Prenuptial Agreement?

A prenuptial agreement (also referred to as premarital or antenuptial) is a written private contract between two parties before marriage or civil union. The contract prepared couples for any eventuality. For instance, how would you want to handle assets in case of a...

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