How Does Probate Work When There Is No Will Many people are at a loss of what to do when someone dies and leaves property behind. Aside from dealing with the grief of the loss of a loved one, the family also deals with complex legal matters, such as the
Selecting the right trust for you It is essential to understand what sets apart the various kinds of wills and trusts, as this will assist you in selecting the most suitable type to fulfill your financial objectives. Understanding the differences between a living trust and a testamentary trust and the
Estate Administration Estate planning laws can be pretty complicated. Any proceeding related to making a will or trust and estate planning can be overwhelming. Some people think that estate administration is all about transferring and distributing property by writing a will. There is, however, a lot more to that. If
Trust Wallet as Part of an Estate Plan In 2009, Bitcoin was launched by an entity known as Satoshi Nakamoto. Through this, the world came to know cryptocurrency, a form of payment that can be exchanged online for goods and services. Over 18 million bitcoins are currently in circulation,
Child Custody in St. George Utah Dealing with the dissolution of marriage is already painful as it is. But divorce gets complicated when children are involved. The child custody law allows parents and guardians to work out the right kind of arrangement for the care of their children. Take note
I want to give three reasons why it makes sense to hire a divorce attorney to help you with your case in Utah. A Divorce Attorney is Your Ally Reason number one, divorce is hard. It is not any fun. It is highly emotional. Maybe you've just found out that
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Congratulations! You have an estate plan. You are done. You have a nice, new, shiny binder full of paperwork that you may or may not understand. You, or your attorney, have sent deeds off to the various County recorders’ office to change title. You have even gone down to the