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Category Archives: WIlls/ Trusts/ Estate Planning
ESTATE PLANNING: Common Law Marriages and Estate Distribution | nwitimes.com | Christopher Yugo Times Business Columnist | 9/2/12
Q: My mother passed away several years ago and my father has recently started living with a woman. It seems unlikely they will marry. If he should pass away, what rights will she have to his home? How will we … Continue reading
Father Requires His Gay Son To Marry a Woman For His Child To Inherit | Wills, Trusts & Estates Prof Blog | 8/21/12
From the Wills, Trusts & Estates Prof Blog: Robert Mandelbaum is a gay Manhattan Criminal Court judge. His father, Frank Mandelbaum founded the ID-verification firm Intellicheck and recently died with a very large fortune. In his will, Frank left behind … Continue reading
The New England Journal of Medicine looks through 200 years of back issues to understand how we die differently: 1900 Top Causes: Pneumonia or Influenza Tuberculosis Gastrointestinal Infections 2010 Top Causes: Heart Disease Cancer Noninfectious Airways Diseases For full article … Continue reading
In theory, a reverse mortgage can help under-saved retirees, but trends show that it is being used in ways that may harm these retirees in the long run as many more homeowners are exhausting much of their home equity as … Continue reading