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What you should know about living trusts

If you have an estate plan in place, congratulations. According to an AARP survey, some 60 percent of people do not have a will or any other type of estate planning. When you have an estate plan, you are not only providing for your family after your death, but you're doing so when they are grieving. This will help make a difficult time a little easier.

How many domestic violence cases can actually be substantiated?

In at least 32 states, domestic violence is described as an individual being made to fear being physically harmed at another's hands. According to the national non-profit organization Stop Abusive and Violent Environments (SAVE), the numbers of individuals falsely accused of domestic violence across this country are staggering. Researchers estimate that over 700,000 Americans are wrongfully charged with domestic violence each year.

5 responsibilities of being an executor

Being chosen as an executor means you are given a lot of responsibility. You must protect the money and property of your deceased loved one until probate is completed. If you sell assets or allow someone to tamper with them in any way, you could get in legal trouble. Knowing the responsibilities of an executor will help you decide whether you are willing to serve or wish for the court to name a new one. Here are the guidelines of being an executor.

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