The Complete Executor S Guidebook

Author: Benjamin Berkley
Editor: Sphinx Publishing
ISBN: 9781572486041
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A Step-By-Step Guide to Settling a Loved One's Estate You?ve lost someone close to you, and now you?ve been named the executor of the estate. What does that entail? What does that even mean? The Complete Executor's Guidebook takes you step-by-step through the confusing probate process from start to finish. This book explains everything you need to know to successfully serve as an executor of an estate in a simple, easy-to-understand way. --I?m not a lawyer. What do all of these words mean? --Do I have to be the executor of an estate if I?m named, or can I turn it down? --What exactly does an executor have to do? --What if I make a mistake? --Can I get in trouble? --How long will the entire process take? --Will I get paid for being an executor? --What if there is something wrong with the will? --What if there isn?t a will at all? The Complete Executor's Guidebook will help you through the entire process and keep you from making some very costly mistakes. This is the best book to give you the legal support you need at a time when you need it the most. ?This easy to read, well-organized and practical guide for executors is...written from personal experience by an estate planning attorney who knows his stuff.? -John Palmer, Host, The Prudent Advisor, Retirement Living Television and former news anchor, The Today Show

The Executor S Handbook

Author: Theodore E. Hughes
Editor: Infobase Publishing
ISBN: 1438129890
File Size: 15,82 MB
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A guidebook to the administration of estates for executors and beneficiaries, including financial advice, taxes, claim disputes and other legal considerations.

The Essential Guidebook Of Probate

Author: Foster Lankard
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Acting as the executor, representative, or administrator of an estate is a complicated and time-consuming task. It's time consuming, complicated, and emotionally taxing. Here is a comprehensive guide to help you understand the basics of the procedures that settle an estate In this Probate Real Estate Book, you will discover: - Who starts the probate process? - When is probate needed? And when can you avoid probate? - Where should you probate an estate? Which Country? State? County? - How long does probate take? - How much does probate cost? - What are letters testamentary? - How to settle an estate - How are estate debts paid? - How to file final tax returns - How to close an estate - Why being an executor can be difficult - How to choose the best executor - How executors should deal with common complaints from heirs - What to expect when you're an heir - Why being an heir can be frustrating Get the copy of this book today so that you can make sure you prepare the best!

The Wall Street Journal Complete Estate Planning Guidebook

Author: Rachel Emma Silverman
Editor: Currency
ISBN: 0307461289
File Size: 70,40 MB
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Let’s face it: you can't avoid death or taxes. But you can create an estate plan that will make both a whole lot easier for your loved ones and put you in control of how your assets will get passed to your heirs. Here, Wall Street Journal personal-finance reporter Rachel Emma Silverman walks you step-by-step through the process. Chock-full of clear and solid advice on how to get the most out of the main estate planning tools - including wills, trusts, life insurance, guardianship papers, and powers-of-attorney documents - the Wall Street Journal Complete Estate-Planning Guidebook will help make your estate-planning process as simple, smooth, and unintimidating as possible. This book will help you: · Clarify your estate-planning goals, such as dividing up property for heirs, reducing taxes or leaving money for charity · Understand the key estate-planning documents you’ll need, including wills, beneficiary-designation forms, powers-of-attorney and health-care advance directives · Decode the technical jargon that estate planners often use, so you feel comfortable discussing QTIPs and QPRTs when you sit down with your lawyer. · Reduce possible estate, gift or generation-skipping taxes and legal and probate fees – decreasing what goes to the tax man and increasing what goes to your heirs · Learn strategies to divide money and personal property among your heirs, and reduce the possibility of family fights · Discuss sensitive estate-planning issues with your family · Maintain your estate-plan over time, including how to store and when to update your documents With completely up-to-date information on how to navigate the new 2011 estate tax legislation, and thoughtful advice on how to handle your estate in complicated situations – like if you’re single, in a same-sex relationship, or wish to provide for children with special needs - this is the estae-planning guide for today’s messy and complicated world. One of the biggest estate planning mistakes people make, says Silverman, is waiting too long to start. Which is why the Wall Street Journal Complete Estate-Planning Guidebook isn’t just for those planning for retirement or their golden years. It’s for anyone, of any age, who wants the peace of mind of knowing that your wishes will be respected and your hard-earned money will get passed on as you would like.

The Individual S Guidebook To Wills And Estates

Author: Edward M. Melillo
Editor: Atlantic Publishing Group, Inc.
ISBN: 1620235099
File Size: 32,30 MB
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What would happen to your money if you died without a Last Will and Testament? What about your stocks, your family business, your home? What would become of your loved ones? Without a final Will, the fate of your life’s work is in the hands of the court. Dying without having legally laid out your wishes is a recipe for uncertainty, ill will, financial turmoil, and heartache. You have the power to determine what will happen to your assets after your death. The process of planning your estate can seem daunting, but with the proper information in hand and an experienced attorney on your side, you can ensure that your final wishes are met and your family taken care of. “The Individual’s Guidebook to Wills and Estates” will help you understand the steps necessary to complete your legal plan. Written in understandable and accessible language with real-life examples and filled with sample documents and reference material, this book will give you the tools you need to protect your estate and your loved ones.

Beneficiaries And Executors

Author: Lightbulb Press
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ISBN: 9781933569178
File Size: 59,55 MB
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A guidebook to assist spouses and family members, executors, and beneficiaries fulfill their financial and legal responsibilities after a loved one has died.

Guidebook To Federal Estate And Gift Taxes

Author: Commerce Clearing House
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File Size: 47,78 MB
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The Wall Street Journal Financial Guidebook For New Parents

Author: Stacey L. Bradford
Editor: Currency
ISBN: 0307459985
File Size: 38,28 MB
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A practical approach to affording your kids from cradle to college. Bringing home your bouncing baby boy or girl should be an exciting time of celebration–not cause for worry about how you’re going to pay for feeding, clothing, and caring for your new bundle of expenses. The average family will spend between $11,000 and $16,000 during a new baby’s first year, and more than $200,000 before a kid’s eighteenth birthday. Unfortunately, a second child only doubles your costs, with little economy of scale for each additional baby. Before you start using these statistics as birth control, take a deep breath and know that you can have a family and make a comfortable future for your children while saving for your own important goals. The Wall Street Journal Financial Guidebook for New Parents shows you the way, with information on how to: • Safeguard your child’s well-being with wills, trusts, and life insurance • Best weigh your child-care options and decide whether to go back to work • Save on taxes with child-friendly tax credits and deductions plus tax-advantaged benefits at work • Manage your family’s health-care costs • Save for long-term costs by setting up a college fund • Spend smart and save money at every stage of your child’s development • Continue to contribute to your own retirement savings From maternity (and paternity) leave to flexible spending accounts to 529 college plans, The Wall Street Journal Financial Guidebook for New Parents provides all the information you need to meet your child’s expenses while also protecting your family’s financial security.

Guidebook To California Taxes With Special Emphasis On Relationship To Federal Taxes

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File Size: 70,87 MB
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Legal Services Guidebook On California Estate Planning And Administration For Senior Citizens

Author: National Senior Citizens Law Center (U.S.)
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File Size: 30,80 MB
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Guidebook To California Taxes

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File Size: 32,88 MB
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1954 Guidebook To California Taxes

Author: Russell Samuel Bock
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File Size: 12,95 MB
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Law Books In Print

Author: Nicholas Triffin
Editor:
ISBN: 9780878020294
File Size: 47,32 MB
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The Wall Street Journal Complete Identity Theft Guidebook

Author: Terri Cullen
Editor: Crown Business
ISBN:
File Size: 54,18 MB
Format: PDF
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Describes the most common forms of identity theft, how to protect against them, and what to do if they should occur; discusses credit reports, encryption, and computer software; and analyzes each state's laws on the issue.

Estate Planning

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2005 Guidebook To New York Taxes

Author: Mark S. Klein
Editor:
ISBN: 9780808011651
File Size: 29,50 MB
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"Quick reference guide to state and local taxes in the state of New York, focusing on legislative and regulatory developments and highlighting significant new cases and administrative rulings. Areas covered include: personal income tax, corporation franchise (income) tax franchise taxes on banking corporations, sales and use taxes, estate, gift and generation-skipping transfer taxes, property taxes, excise taxes and unemployment compensation. Also includes New York City and yonkers taxes. Sections on administration and procedure and doing business in New York are also included. Practitioner commentary provided by Mark S. Klein, Hodgson & Russ LLP."

American Book Publishing Record

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File Size: 20,31 MB
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