There are numerous ways to leave your estate to your named beneficiaries. A Will is the most common, though if you have considerable assets, retirement plans, stocks, brokerage accounts, bank accounts, real estate or other property, you may not want your estate to be probated since it is time consuming and all public. Read more
Read this before you send a Deed Service money for a copy of your property deed.
All over the U.S., consumers opening their mail this year have read official looking solicitations from a company stressing the importance of possessing a certified copy of their property deed. Read more
When it comes to grandchildren, most grandparents seek to shower them with gifts. There is a great deal of truth in the common jokes about how spoiled grandkids can be. Often, this practice does not stop when the grandkids have grown up, and grandparents will help them out with school tuition payments, their first car, wedding fees, and even more. Even more than the love that is shown during their life as they bestow gifts on their grandkids is the desire to be remembered. Read more
When it comes to retirement planning, the process should be simple. This helps protect veterans who may have issues dealing with retirement planning. If you are a veteran who is seeking any sort of disability compensation, or you are looking to start an estate planning process, give the law offices of Retirement Planning Attorney Patricia Bloom-McDonald a call.
Most Americans are aware of the importance of planning for their future, yet an estimated one hundred and twenty million of them have no estate plans to speak of. An estate plan, or retirement planning, is the best way to protect yourself, your assets, and your loved ones in the event of your death, illness, or in case of an accident. Read more