Monthly Archives: December 2012

Death should end feuds

I’m kind of stepping away from the legal advice today; and spending just a bit of time on a soapbox. Given that this is the holiday season, and people at least pay lip service to “goodwill towards men” at this … Continue reading

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Living Wills and End of Life Care

One of the ‘standard’ estate planning documents I frequently draw up is a “Living Will”. Sometimes people confuse this with other documents; sometimes they will think this is a Living Trust or a Will that disposes of property after your … Continue reading

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When spouses die

My most common question from potential clients is “my husband (or wife) died, what do I have to do?” As I’ve mentioned elsewhere, it is going to depend on how property is held and whether there is a will, and … Continue reading

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