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Selling real estate of a deceased loved one

Selling Real Estate After The Death of a Loved One: Things You Need to Know

By Andre O. McDonald |

After the death of a loved one, such as a parent, there are a variety of tasks that must be handled to wrap up your loved one’s final affairs. Selling real estate that belonged to your deceased loved one is one of the more daunting ones. But before you call a real estate agent,… Read More »

What is a will? And what can (and can't) it do?

What is a Will?

By Andre O. McDonald |

If you asked a group of people, “What is a will?” you may be surprised to find out that many people do not know exactly what a will can (and cannot do). However, having a clear understanding of the purpose, benefits, and limitations of a will is extremely important. What is a Will, and… Read More »

Is DIY Remodeling of your estate plan a smart idea?

National Home Remodeling Month: Can I Remodel My Own Estate Planning Documents?

By Andre O. McDonald |

Do you know that, according to the National Association of Home Builders, May is National Home Remodeling Month? Many people associate spring with cleaning out the old, brushing off the dirt accumulated from the long winter, and starting projects around the house that have been neglected for far too long. Perhaps, however, your home… Read More »

How unmarried partners can provide for each other in their estate plans

Estate Planning Considerations for Unmarried Partners

By Andre O. McDonald |

When it comes to protection for unmarried partners, there are several estate planning options to consider. Depending on the value of your money and property, your desired level of protection from your partner’s creditors, and other factors unique to your situation, one or more of these strategies may be beneficial. A word of caution:… Read More »

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