Yes, in fact only the provisions of a valid will or trust, or ownership interests that are either conveyable or payable on death will work for your joint estate planning because in the absence of such planning provisions, your partner will inherit nothing from you by operation of law. AND BEWARE if you establish a...Read more
Comedian Bill Cosby’s two main interests in life have been to entertain his fellowmen and a desire to teach them how to live. He is a devoted family man and...
I got a lot of phone calls about long term care planning after an article on Medicaid planning I ran a month or so ago. There were common areas of...
Bigamy is when a person who was previously married and never obtained a divorce marries another person. Bigamy is a felony in the state of South Carolina. If a person...
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