Have A Terminal Illness? 2 Tips To Get Your Affairs In Order

Posted on: 22 April 2019

If you have been diagnosed with a terminal illness, there are many things you must do to get your affairs in order. This will make things go much more smoothly for the people you leave behind. To help you get started, below are two tips to help you have less stress and focus on managing your disease. Estate Planning Estate planning is deciding in advance who you want to receive your things after you pass away.
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3 Tips When You're The Executor Of Your Parent's Estate

Posted on: 20 July 2016

Being the executor of your parent's estate is a huge responsibility, especially since managing the logistics of the estate often happens when you are also coping with grief from the loss of your parent. Just keep in mind that your parent trusted you to manage their estate with integrity and responsibility because they knew you could do it. Here are three tips to get you started: Hire a Probate Attorney
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Three Reasons Your Home Closing Can Be Delayed- And What You Can Do About It

Posted on: 27 March 2016

After viewing multiple homes, you have found the home that is perfect for you. Once the seller accepts your offer on the home, you still have to close on the property. Unfortunately, home closings can be delayed, causing you to have to wait even longer to move into your new home. It is important to understand why home closings are delayed and what you can do about it. 1. The home appraisal is too low.
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FAQs About The Title Commitment

Posted on: 31 December 2015

During the process of buying a home, there are many documents that you will need to review with your real estate attorney. Among those documents is the title commitment. If you fail to properly review it, you could be in for surprises later. If you are in the process of purchasing a home, here is what you need to know about the title commitment.  What Is the Title Commitment? The title commitment is the document detailing the title's company commitment to issuing an insurance policy for your home after closing is completed.
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