Relocating to a new state often creates issues affecting estate planning. Many people wonder if they need a new will or trust when they move … [Read more...] about Estate planning when relocating to a new state
If you have never signed a will or trust, you still have an estate plan. Some of you may be asking, “How?” The answer is the state has a … [Read more...] about What happens if no will or no trust?
Having been an estate planning attorney for almost twenty-one years, I have worked with many clients wanting to get married later in life. With … [Read more...] about Legal Issues: Marriages later in life
If you don’t maintain your car, it will break down and fail to perform. Like a car, if you fail to maintain your trust, it will not achieve the … [Read more...] about Trust Maintenance
You or someone you know may own unmarketable assets as a result of the death of a previous owner. The asset may be real estate, stock in a … [Read more...] about How to clear title to property when someone dies
By Jeffery J. McKenna A way of life that has become more common even among older couples is cohabitation. There are many reasons couples choose … [Read more...] about Cohabitation Agreements
You are not obligated to leave property to anyone when you make a will or a trust. In order to discourage disappointed heirs from disputing your … [Read more...] about Problems and Mistakes in Estate Planning
By Jeffery J. McKenna As a young boy growing up, I loved meeting at grandma?s house on 21st Street in old Las Vegas for Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving … [Read more...] about Estate Planning and Thanksgiving Gratitude