Written by attorney Jane Hall, about 3 years ago.
You can protect your pet!.
Who Will Provide for Your Pet When You're Not Able to?
Those family members with four legs, fins, feathers or fur can be remembered in a will providing for their care... more
The federal JOBS Act makes it easier for investors and qualifying businesses to hook up, but there are plenty of risks to go along with the rewards
On April 5, 2012, President Obama signed... more
A trust is a legal agreement that has 3 parties to it:
The Trustor is the person who creates the trust. Also may be known as a Settlor or Grantor.
The Trustee is the person or entity responsible... more
What are the Benefits of a Trust? Who Needs One?
Overview: Trusts are one of the most misunderstood documents in life and estate planning. While a trust is not typically included in a discussion... more
This list describes why you should hire a lawyer to write a revocable trust for you rather than just buy one from a document prep company like the one on tv, or use a quick software document assembly... more
Fundamentally, atrust exists where one person holds property on behalf of another. So it is a type of fictitious enttiy used to hold and own property.
A trust may be declared by a person during his... more
Financially savvy people realize that it is important to preserve wealth, but it is also important to give back to the community. They give money and donations to many different types of... more
Trust (Revocable Living Trust)
What is a Trust?LeonArts.at/Foter
A Trust (in the most common use, a Revocable Living Trust, but there are myriad other types), is a legal document that will, in a... more
When To Use Pooled Special Needs Trusts
A pooled SNT is a special type of SNT that is created by a nonprofit organization. The nonprofit organization may act as the trustee of the pooled SNT, or it... more