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When you open a bank account, retirement account, or purchase life insurance, you are always asked to name one or more beneficiaries when you complete the paperwork. When you write a Last Will and Testament, you also name individuals as beneficiaries of your estate. So how are these different?
You may live in a house, a condo, or an apartment. You probably have neighbors close by. It all might seem very normal, until there’s a problem. When issues arise, emotions are high, sometimes resulting in legal action. Let’s take a look at some of the common residential real estate litigation scenarios.
A Last Will and Testament (“Will”) is a legal document directing how a deceased person wishes the assets and properties passing through the court process to be distributed upon death. Most often, these wishes are carried out, the property and assets are distributed, and the estate is finalized. However, if an interested party claims that the Will is invalid, that party may contest the Will in court in certain circumstances.
Lexington, NC – Brinkley Walser Stoner, PLLC, congratulates Karen Greene, the firm’s Business Manager, on her 35th Anniversary with the firm.
Be it a hospital, a courtroom, a classroom or a recent celebrity family drama, we have all heard the term “legal guardianship.” Depending on who you are and what you are trying to accomplish, this term is important to understand.
May is National Elder Law Month and Older Americans Month. It’s a great time to look at planning for tomorrow.