By Patricia Trent | Published October 26, 2015 | | |
If you’ve been named the executor of a relative’s estate, you may have to post a surety bond with the probate court. Some wills have language that waives the requirement, freeing the executor from that expense. Otherwise, you must purchase a surety bond and post it with the court, before the court will name you Read MoreRead More
According to a recent story in Bloomberg Business, Nevada is one of a handful of states to which wealthy Americans, heavily taxed in their home states, are moving significant assets. Delaware and Alaska are also targets for individuals who want to avoid high income taxes. That wealth is coming in from states like New York, Read MoreRead More
Q: What is estate planning?
A: Estate planning involves agreements and documents defining arrangements for transferring ...