Firearms are unique in this regard; guns are the only item of personal property that carries an inherent risk of legal peril, including potential criminal liability, so careful and deliberate planning is warranted.
Completing an estate inventory can be one of the most challenging aspects of being the executor of an estate.
Estate planning is always a difficult subject to deal with, because who wants to arrange things for when they die?
When you draft your will, you should name an executor.
Ben Franklin once said, ‘… nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.’ For all certainties in life, the best thing you can do is plan for their eventual occurrence.
Dying intestate—without a will—may impose costs and delays on your loved ones. It can dynamite your estate plan unless you made other plans.
It is quite a tragedy when a loved one passes away. You may want to remember them by keeping sentimental objects from their home, or perhaps they wanted you to inherit a specific item.
What’s Included in an Estate Inventory?
It’s not pleasant to think about death or a medical emergency that could temporarily put you out of commission. However, one of the greatest gifts you can give to a loved one is preparing for those scenarios.
What is an unsupervised administration and why is it better than other types?