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    Trusts: Use of Revocable Living Trusts

    It seems that just about every State has a Revocable Living Trust "standard" form. Why is it that those Living Trust forms vary greatly from State to State?.
    I am under the impression that a...
  2. Health Insurance: Re: Do I Have a Recourse Against Insurance Company Changing Benefits Without Notifica

    My thanks to everyone for taking the time and responding to my question; I learned a lot from your comments and I realize that I have to read through all the paperwork which may have been sent...
  3. Health Insurance: Do I Have a Recourse Against Insurance Company Changing Benefits Without Notification

    When I started on Medicare years ago I also signed up for a Medicare Supplement Plan, and received a benefit booklet listing in detail what services are covered and which ore not.
    Recently I was...
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    Do All Pour-Over Wills Have to Be Probated

    My question involves estate proceedings in the state of: New York

    Here are two excerpts form Estate Law Firms advertisements seen on the internet:
    A) "Pour-over wills are subject to probate,...
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    Estate Assets and Debts: What is the Definition of Total Estate

    My question involves estate proceedings in the state of: New York

    In a earlier post I read that the commission for an attorney to handle the probate proceedings is said to be a certain percentage...
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    Heirs and Beneficiaries: Re: Who to Name As Beneficiaries

    Thank you for your answer. Your assumption is correct, no spouse anymore.
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    Heirs and Beneficiaries: Who to Name As Beneficiaries

    My question involves estate proceedings in the state of: New York

    Years ago when I opened my IRA I registered as Beneficiaries my son at 50% and his wife at 50%.
    Would it be better to list my...
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    Wills: Do I Really Need a Pour Over Will

    My question involves estate proceedings in the state of: New York
    A while back I met an attorney at a local gathering and in the course of our chatting, he asked me if I had a will. I said no, but I...
  9. Trusts: Re: How Do You Name the Owner of an Asset Transferred into a Revocable Living Trust

    Thanks to all of you who took the time to answer my question. I think I got the information I was looking for.
  10. Trusts: Re: How Do You Name the Owner of an Asset Transferred into a Revocable Living Trust

    I apologize for not posing my question clearly. Good old Joe Blow has two properties. He is the trustee of his Joe blow Revocable Living Trust.
    The official owner registration (title) with the...
  11. Trusts: How Do You Name the Owner of an Asset Transferred into a Revocable Living Trust

    My question involves estate proceedings in the state of: New York
    There seems to be two alternate ways to name the owner of an asset in Joe Blow's trust:

    A) Joe Blow as Trustee of the Joe Blow...
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