Is Our Home Community Property or Separate Property, and Why Does It Matter?

When two people get married, the property they obtain during their marriage is called marital property. This includes anything from real property like homes and rental properties, to stock options, investment accounts, heirlooms, and employment income. A common assumption is that spouses want to share their property with each other. This assumption is not always [...]

By |2021-09-10T12:35:37+00:00September 10th, 2021|Estate Planning|Comments Off on Is Our Home Community Property or Separate Property, and Why Does It Matter?

Basis: What You Need to Know

“Basis” is a term used frequently in tax law. But for many, the term is unfamiliar and intimidating—perhaps something they feel is better left to a certified public accountant to worry about. Nevertheless, a basic understanding of the concept can be very helpful for understanding important estate planning strategies used by your attorney and financial [...]

By |2021-08-20T10:53:50+00:00August 20th, 2021|Estate Planning|Comments Off on Basis: What You Need to Know

Selling a Deceased Loved One’s Real Estate: Things You Need to Know

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 your deceased loved one’s real estate is one of the more daunting ones. But before you call a real estate agent, you should take some [...]

By |2021-05-14T21:23:15+00:00May 14th, 2021|Estate Planning|Comments Off on Selling a Deceased Loved One’s Real Estate: Things You Need to Know

Protecting Your Significant Other’s Future

November is a popular month for couples to tie the knot in the United States. While wedding planning most often includes tuxedos, dresses, rehearsal dinners, and guest lists, an often overlooked part of pending nuptials is estate planning. For young couples beginning a life together and getting married for the first time, estate planning may [...]

By |2020-11-20T14:11:55+00:00November 20th, 2020|Estate Planning|0 Comments
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