Sanket Mistry earned his JD from the Walter F. George School of Law at Mercer University. He is a member of the New York State Bar and author of several books in the Legal Self-Help Guide series. He has worked, and volunteered, at a number of nonprofits, government agencies, and for-profit corporations. He also holds a BA in philosophy from Emory University and an MIA from Columbia University.
Protect your assets by avoiding probate costs with this easy to use guide. This book provides an array of living trusts for most situations. Turn to this work for:
fill-in-the-blank living trust forms,
basic information on creating a living trust yourself,
comprehensive Glossary of common legal terms,
links to state specific information,
Published: May 29, 2014.
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This resource contains virtually everything you need to prepare your own simple will. Use this reference as part of your overall estate plan. It includes a standard will, called a "Last Will and Testament." It also includes self-proving affidavits and a checklist to help you make the sample forms, legal documents. This book can be used by individuals and married couples.
This unique and practical guide is devoted to helping you create your own wills and powers of attorney forms. Because you could be in a coma or could die at any time, creating your will, living will, and powers of attorney regarding your financial matters and healthcare wishes is important.
A gift made through a will or living trust can be flexible, easy to arrange, and may be changed as your life changes. Many people choose to create both a will and revocable living trust instead of solely relying on a will. They like the cost and time savings, plus the added control over assets that living trusts can provide.
Do you know what will happen to your house or bank accounts after you die? What would happen to your stuff if you were in a comma? What will happen to you and your family if you are in a comma? Do you want to make sure that your spouse, children, or other family members are taken care of after you die?