"Sorting Household Stuff: A Guide for Personal Representatives" by Attorney Alex Pagnotta (Audio) At the death of a family member, there is a lot of planning for what happens to property after a person passes away. Having advanced plans will make life easier for loved ones after death and will allow more control over what happens to the decedent’s assets. After death, most estates must go … [Read more...] about Sorting Household Stuff: A Guide for Personal Representatives
"What Happens to Tangible Personal Property When Settling an Estate?" by Attorney Colleen Sinclair Prosser An important part of the process of settling an estate is to consider the decedent’s tangible personal property, i.e. furniture, jewelry, china, crystal, artwork, electronics, and vehicles. The first duty of the representative of the estate is to obtain an appraisal of these items. The … [Read more...] about What Happens to Tangible Personal Property when Settling an Estate?
The information in this article was written by Steve Hartnett of the American Academy of Estate Planning Attorneys and is being provided to you courtesy of Attorney Nicole Livingston of Sinclair Prosser Gasior In Kicking the Bucket List, Gail Rubin offers a helpful list of 100 things to do before you die. As I mentioned in a prior blog, this is a good, light read and planning tool to help … [Read more...] about Kicking the Bucket List, Part 3
"Kicking the Bucket List" by Attorney Nicole Livingston Courtesy of Stephen Hartnett, American Academy of Estate Planning Attorney … [Read more...] about Kicking the Bucket List (Audio)