Posts filed under: Estate Planning

With Thanksgiving around the corner, it’s that time of year when we begin reflecting on what we are truly thankful for. You might feel grateful for family and friends like we are, or maybe you’re thankful for a warm home...
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Having just celebrated our Ten Year Firm Anniversary, we’re taking some time to reflect on all that we are grateful for as we approach this holiday season. As many of you already know, we (Stephanie and Michelle) started out as...
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It’s close to Halloween And something terrifying is lurking in the dark Under the lamplight You see a sight that almost stops your heart You want to scream But the horror takes the sound before you make it You start...
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“Closing” in real estate is the process when ownership of the property officially transfers from the seller to the buyer. It’s an exciting moment, but one that’s not well-understood. So whether this is your first closing or your fifth closing...
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For a long time now (throughout 2021 and well into 2022) the real estate market has been a Seller’s market. Prices were sky high and rates were continually rising. But now, in mid-2022, the real estate market is once again...
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After the US Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, Justice Clarence Thomas wrote a concurring opinion (a statement outlining his stance on the ruling). Thomas stated that other Supreme Court rulings that used a similar legal argument as Roe v....
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When it comes to holding title to real property, you have many options. One option is to use a land trust. Similar to a revocable living trust, which we covered in our previous blog, a land trust involves a trustee...
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If you’re in the process of making estate plans, or even just someone who owns your own home, then you should know about revocable living trusts for Real Estate. A revocable living trust can be an extremely valuable tool for...
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Why does having an estate plan in place matter? There are many reasons to have one, perhaps best highlighted by what can happen if you don’t have an estate plan in place. If you die without a will, you die...
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