Check on-line resources or hire an expert appraiser to get the best value for the cherished collection you received from your loved one.
Giving real estate in another state as a gift is not difficult as long as you clearly identify the beneficiary in your Will.
Not all pre-nuptial agreements carry the omen of divorce. Your second spouse may agree to give up his elective share so you don't have to change your Will.
Let's face it, family ties are not what they used to be, so a little-known New Jersey statute clarifies who is responsible for making funeral arrangements when a loved one dies.
Being your uncle's favorite niece has its advantages. Unfortunately, jealous siblings can turn those good memories into disadvantages.
Squash escalating family disputes by explaining your final burial wishes in a Will.
Avoid the tax consequences of your generous gifts by placing your assets in qualified trust accounts.
Protect your loved ones' inheritance from creditors and divorcing spouses.
Although having a Will can give you peace of mind, changes in your personal circumstances may be cause for a revision.
Gifts from a Will bequest can be significantly reduced if your state imposes an inheritance tax.