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How to Handle an Inherited Timeshare

In a resort where parents purchased a timeshare, a resort agent suggested they sign a deed transferring the share to their children in order for them to continue to enjoy the timeshare after their parents passed. The resort agent suggested…

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A Trust Has Many Benefits

Trusts are not exclusive to the wealthy, anyone can benefit from setting up a trust. Do you want to keep your affairs private and stay out of probate court? Maybe you have stepchildren? Do you want to leave money to…

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Undue Influence Over a Will-Maker

Incidents of what attorneys deem "undue influence" on the elderly constitute elder abuse. It disrupts the older persons' impulse to provide for loved ones and instead leaves assets to the manipulator. Often, family members do not find out about a…

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Young Adults and Estate Planning

It is fairly typical for young adults, even those with professional careers aged thirty or more, to believe they are too young to concern themselves with estate planning. Young adults in their twenties and thirties often think they don't own…

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