Recent high school grads, before heading off in the fall for further studies or work, should make sure that they have in place the appropriate legal documents to protect themselves in the event of a need. In today's post, we discuss how a new college student can get their legal ducks in a row easily.
A recent study shows that only 18% of adults 55+ have in place a proper estate plan. So, that means the odds are good that your aging parents don't, and are rolling the dice. Read more in today's post about why that's problematic, and get some tips on how to talk to your parents about estate planning.
According to Dragonpedia (yeah, I didn’t know there was such a thing either) Toothless the dragon, from the How to Train Your Dragon movie was described as this: “Once thought of as the “unholy offspring of lightning and death itself”, Toothless (20 in dragon years) has proven to be much more of a giant, winged […]
If your Will is lost, do you even have a Will? Can a copy be used to probate your estate - perhaps even if you destroyed the original intending to revoke it? Joel beck discussed Georgia's law and its presumption of an intent to revoke that arises when an original Will cannot be found.