(Cut off, insert at the d) *Now I have one that is <$100 and one that is <$50. I just have to submit the proper notarized paperwork to get it. You don't need a lawyer for this, although we would all love* (now read the rest above)
lol, thanx for the clarification- i was rereading that last bit for quite a while til i jus saw the comment from u beneath it! thanks so much for the info. i wondered what type of property has a description 'proceeds to beneficiaries?' i hear life insurance/ annuities/ trust... I don't fully understand the particulars for any of those. So i'm wondering how much over 100.00 means also! thanks for your time, Erin.
I'd say don't worry so much about what it is. Just get it and then figure it out. :)