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In Georgia, the surviving spouse or minor child(ren) of a deceased individual have a right to property out of his estate. This right is asserted via a Petition for Year's Support. What follows is a step-by-step guide to obtaining year's support through the courts.
1.What is a Gun Trust?
A Gun Trust is an alternate method for ownership of firearms, used instead of individual ownership.It is usually drafted as a revocable living trust for the limited purpose of holding title to personal firearms and weapons.A Gun Trust is commonly used for...
A Guide to Cohabitation Agreements
Probate is an expensive, time-consuming process that is open to the public. It's generally a good idea to avoid going through it if at all possible.
Avoidance of Probate - The Funded
Revocable "Living Trust
Probate is the process of presenting your Will to the
Probate Court and having the Will allowed, ultimately resulting in the title to
your property passing to your beneficiaries.
Only property in your individual
Should I Cut My Child Out of My Will?
by Tom Olofsson - Chicago
9:09 A.M. July 5, 2010
Every family is different. When I meet with families for the first time, I tell them that, there is no such thing as an average family. Every family has a child who has gone through some sort ...
What is Estate Planning?
Several steps must be taken when a person dies. After the funeral services or last rites are completed, the decedent's personal belongings must be gathered, creditors must be paid (including the expenses of last illness and funeral, and payment of any t...
Careful estate planning will let you avoid probate. This guide explains the various methods you can use to bypass the cost and hassle associated with probate.
Get an answer to the question "what is probate?", see how a will affects the probate process, and find out what role the executor plays in it.
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