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What is the Difference Between Trustee, Executor, and Power of Attorney?

Key Takeaways: The overarching goal of any trustee, executor, or power of attorney is to work in the best interest of the creat…

Reasons Why You Should Hire a Professional Executor

Key takeaways: A fiduciary is a person or entity appointed to handle financial and legal matters for someone else’s asset…

Are Powers of Attorney Responsible for Medical Bills?

According to a Genworth’s 2021 Cost of Care Survey, the reported average cost of assisted living in Virginia grew to $63,000, a…

Top Reasons for Disputing a Trust in Virginia

A trust is a valuable tool for saving your loved ones from the probate process and reducing disputes over inheritances. Unfortu…

Know the Signs of an Employee Retention Credit Scam

If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. The IRS has sounded the alarm repeatedly regarding a scam involving the Emplo…

Can a Trustee Sue a Beneficiary?

When you are named the trustee of a trust, it comes with responsibilities you need to be prepared to take. A trustee has a grea…

Guide to the Probate Process and How It Works

Probate, the official process of authorizing a will, can take several months to a couple of years. If you have a large estate, …

Transferring a Property With a Mortgage Into a Trust

Most of the population who own homes are not yet “free and clear.” If you own one or multiple homes, when doing your estate pla…

Domestic Partners Estate Planning in Virginia

If you and your significant other are unmarried but live together, it is essential to know that you are not receiving the full …
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