Legal Advice for Designated Beneficiary — 148 results
Written by attorney Brian F. Johnson, about 4 years ago.
One of the most overlooked
parts of the estate planning
process is ensuring that
accounts or insurance policies
have the proper beneficiary designations.
A beneficiary designation
Written by attorney Suzanne Griffiths, over 4 years ago.
Definition of a Designated Beneficiary Agreement Married couples in Colorado are granted a wide variety of rights and responsibilites. Designated beneficiary agreements allow unmarried... more
Written by attorney Laurie G Israel, almost 5 years ago.
You may have drafted your last will and testament, and perhaps other documents such as health care proxies and powers of attorney. You may think you are done with your estate plan. You... more
Asked in Indianapolis, IN - .
Written by attorney Jonathan Millet, 12 months ago.
Using joint accounts and beneficiary designations in Arizona can often create unintended consequences. This guide discusses some of the issues. What could go wrong if I list someone else as... more
Written by attorney Zev Brooks, over 1 year ago.
As an estate planner and probate practitioner, it is commonplace to see people take advantage of pay on death designations on their bank accounts and other assets by naming their loved ones... more
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Written by attorney Mary Commander, over 3 years ago.
Divorce Revokes Beneficiary Designations in Virginia
By statute,upon the entry of a decree of annulment or divorce
from the bond of matrimony on and after July 1, 1993, any revocable... more