Wills & Trusts

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How to Transfer Real Estate to a Revocable Trust in New York State

by: Teo Spengler

New York state law permits the use of a revocable trust. This is a type of trust that is created during the lifetime of the grantor and can be changed or revoked by them at any point during their lifetime. It is possible to transfer real estate into ...
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Responsibilities of an Administrator Over an Estate in New York

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New York State Next of Kin Laws

by Teo Spengler

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Statute of Limitations on Contesting a Will in New Jersey

by Jessica Zimmer

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Michigan Durable Power of Attorney

by: Michelle Nati

Michigan residents create a durable power of attorney (POA) for financial and health care purposes. It allows a trustworthy person or entity to make decisions for that individual when they become incapacitated or incompetent. In many instances, a ...
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