Category: Probate Court

What to Expect During Probate When There Isn’t a Will

Most people know about a last will and testament that helps transfer assets from an individual who has passed away to their listed beneficiaries. In the time following the death of the benefactor or the “decedent” the property and assets go into what has known as probate. Probate is the legal process involved in transferring property from the deceased’s estate to their beneficiaries. Probate...

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Saints Owner Will Call Another Play in Fight Over Trusts

Saints Owner Will Call Another Play in Fight Over Trusts

The National Football League said “no” to New Orleans Saints owner Tom Benson's original proposal to remove team ownership from his estranged family's trust funds. This means he’ll have to try again with new financial terms. The NFL won't let Benson personally guarantee promissory notes he offered in exchange for Saints shares held in trust funds created for his daughter and grandchildren. T...

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Saving the Home with Long-Term Health Care Demands

The largest asset most people have is their family home. If a senior is in a situation where his or her long-term care insurance is exhausted and the other assets are used to pay for care, how does one protect the home from being taken?

Long-term care insurance is important; however, it’s also critical to review and revise your financial and estate plans regularly as your situation ch...

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