Property-Guardianship Duties Explained

Property-Guardianship Duties Explained

Imagine your grandfather, Martin is elderly and has deteriorated to a point where he is now unable to make decisions for himself. A court appoints you to be Martin’s guardian of property, to help Martin manage his money. You become Martin’s “fiduciary.” The law now...
Trusts and Wills Differ In Many Ways

Trusts and Wills Differ In Many Ways

In estate planning, wills and trusts present varying advantages depending on your situation. Each state has specific laws and regulations governing these legal documents. You can have both a will and a trust; however, the information in each should compliment the...