Read the Trust document and the Will and Decide whether to accept the Trusteeship A Successor Trustee who accepts their appointment by the terms of the trust or through a court order, should be certa
Your decision: Burial or Cremation One of the most difficult decisions an individual may face is whether to be buried or cremated after death. In many instances, this decision is left up to a loved o
Identifying the type of impairment At some unknown time, a Trustee of a Living Trustee may suffer an illness or injury which makes the trustee unable to manage the trust estate (which includes all as
Medical Documents for the Hospital Whenever a mother goes to the hospital to deliver her baby, it is vitally important that she provide copies of certain estate planning documents to the hospital and
The Qualified "Yes" or "No" Some of the very best attorneys will answer a direct question such as, "is a Trust better than a Will," with a qualified "Yes" or "No." What does this mean? "Yes," I hear
How can I plan to keep my pet should I become divorced? As a person gets ready for marriage, sometimes the thought of an eventual divorce can lead the couple into an attorney's office to obtain a pre
Citizenship A person must be a US citizen to become eligible for Arizona Long Term Care Services (ALTCS). Evidence of citizenship can be in the form of a birth certificate or passport. Residency in A
Catholic Estate Planningand End-of-Life planning, seeks as a goal, to guide a Roman Catholic or Eastern Catholic, in opening his heart to the call of the gospel and teachings of the magisterium as applied to one's estate planning in the following ways:(1) passing on an inheritanc...
This short introductory video can be helpful to one who is considering how to integrate their Catholic faith into their estate planning documents. Although this video does not describe specific ways to draft provisions or touch on the details in Canon law, the Catechism of the Ca...