Probate is a very common term in estate planning that refers to how a Last Will is validated. In this post, we will discuss what probate is and how your executor uses it to close your estate after you pass away.
A Last Will and Testament is usually carefully crafted according to state regulations, typed using a word processor, and signed by at least two witnesses as well as the testator. However, in some situations, a handwritten unwitnessed will, called a holographic Will, might be accepted. This post provides more information about this unorthodox document.
Most divorce papers are accessible to anyone who knows where to find them. In this post, find out what public records are, if any records are private, and if you have the option to hide your divorce papers from prying eyes.
A verbal agreement can create a valid, legally binding contract without a written document, but there are some exceptions based on the elements in the contract and its purpose. In this post, we discuss the basic elements of a contract, how they fit with oral agreements, and which agreements require written documents.
Thinking about starting a crowdfunding campaign? Before you get started, take a look at some of the most popular questions about crowdfunding to help you build a successful campaign.