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What is a Domestic Partnership? A domestic partnership is a legal relationship between two individuals who live together and share a common domestic life but are not married. A domestic partnership is almost equivalent to marriage.
What Is or Is Not Subject to Estate Tax The Estate Tax includes, for example, what you own and also what is transferred as a result of your passing even if the assets are not subject to probate (Gros
Why should I revoke my will? You should review and change your will on a regular basis in order to keep it current. Many people these days make wills, but not all of them realize that it needs to be
In the Right COURT To file and win a will challenge you need to be a proper claimant in the right court within the time allowed by State statute. Will challenges usually need to be brought in probate
First question... Is whether adoption is right for you. Here is where the choices begin when considering the best way to go about adding to your family. * Know the adoption options for a gay fami
Defining a Living Trust A living trust is an arrangement you make for management and distribution of your property. Since like a will, a living trust is "revocable," meaning that you can modify or el
What Guardianship IS Guardianship is a legal arrangement where someone can handle the affairs of another. The "guardian" is entrusted with the care and custody of the "ward," and this usually include
Oral Wills Washington recognizes oral, or nuncupative, wills to a limited extent. Members of the armed services may make oral wills to dispose of personalty. Anyone else may use an oral will to dispo
Intestacy - The State already has a will for you on the books One of the common questions asked estate attorneys is "Do I need a will?" My typical response is "You already have one. The question is d
Will Substitutes in General Will substitutes benefit both testators and beneficiaries by simplifying the disposition of a testator’s estates and avoiding the formalities of will execution required by