What Every Military Parent Needs To Know: If Your Servicemember Gives Their All

13 September 2017
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Casualty notification officers (CNO) inform military family members when their loved ones have given their all. Military spouses and children are all too familiar with the appearance of a CNO arriving at someone's home. But many servicemembers are not married and have no children; therefore, their parents are the next of kin. Unless military parents have themselves been in the military, they may not have any idea of what to do or the special challenges that are faced when a military member passes away. Read More 

3 Reasons Real Estate Left In A Will Does Not End Up In The Hands Of The Intended Recipient

7 May 2017
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As a responsible adult, you will do everything in your power to ensure the property that you have worked hard to obtain gets left to a deserving party once you are gone. While you may go through the trouble of making a will and even talking to an an attorney, there could be things that get in the way of the property you leave behind ever being taken over by the person you intended. Read More 

Why You Need A Lawyer If You Are Selling A House On Contract

4 May 2017
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Selling a house on contract is an alternative way to sell a house, and this method can be a good financial move in many cases. Before you rush into, though, you should seek advice from a real estate lawyer. The lawyer is likely to talk to you about the following three things before you go through with this, and these are all important things to know. The risks you take with this Read More 

How To Buyout A Residential Joint Tenancy

4 May 2017
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If you own a house with someone, you may find yourself wanting out of the agreement. Joint tenancy is a money-saving way to buy houses, but buying out the tenancy can be tricky, and forcing a sale, or partition action, gets costly. Since you both own property rights, a simpler solution is for you to buy out the tenancy. Here are tips to buy out a joint tenancy.  Review the Original Deed Read More 

Your Guide To Estate Planning That Every Single Parent Of Minor Children Needs To Know

24 April 2017
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One-third of all births in the United States occur to single women and less than half of kids in the U.S. are being raised by both biological parents who have only been legally married to each other. Therefore, it's obvious that there should be millions of existing wills, trusts, and other legally recognized, pre-determined lifestyle choices in place to protect the well-being of minor children if their parents should prematurely pass away. However, the reality is that many children lack that protection, which means that if a single parent were to die before their youngest child turns 18, that child could have a very different life after that calamitous event. Read More