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 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.
Choosing an executor for your Last Will and Testament is an important part of your estate plan since they will be the person who administers your last wishes. Usually, people choose family members to execute their Wills, but if you have no family, this post offers some other candidates to consider.
An important first step to starting a business of any size is creating a Business Plan. At the beginning of your plan, you should include an executive summary that pitches your proposal to potential investors. In this blog, we discuss tips and tricks for making yours stand out.
You’re the executor of someone’s Will, and they have just passed away. What do you need to do now that you’re being called into action? In this blog, we discuss the steps you should take to properly execute a Will, including filing with your state’s probate court, paying off the decedent’s debts, and distributing assets to beneficiaries.