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How does debt into your estate planning? Learn more to ease the burden on yourself and loved ones.

April 4, 2019
Debt After Death

Debt After Death

Some of the most frequently asked questions in the estate-planning field are about debt and what happens to it after you die.
January 10, 2019
Paying Medicare Online

Paying Medicare Online

Most banks allow customers to pay bills from large, stable debtors such as credit cards companies, utilities, or nationwide retailers directly from their bank account. That service is now available to Medicare recipients.
May 18, 2015
The Pros & Cons of Co-Owned Accounts

The Pros & Cons of Co-Owned Accounts (JTWROS)

This article specifically addresses the Pros and Cons of accounts that are titled ‘Joint Tenant with Rights of Survivorship’, (JTWROS). An account, titled in two or more persons’ names that have rights of survivorship, is jointly owned by those individuals.
April 17, 2015
Ownership of Assets

Ownership of Assets

There is a common misconception that all real and personal property will pass through an individual’s estate upon his or her death. Though, some assets avoid the probate process altogether depending on how the property is titled.
December 18, 2014
Duties of an Executor

A Single-Minded Approach: Estate Planning for the Unmarried

With no family to provide for, many singles may feel that having a plan isn’t a necessity. However, the truth is that estate planning for single individuals is just as important, and sometimes more complex, than planning for married couples.
October 25, 2014
Creating Guardianships in Maryland

Creating Guardianships in Maryland

Guardianships can occur when people fail to plan for disability which then occurs. Maryland has a vested interest in protecting its citizens and what they own.
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