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Real estate can take on different forms of ownership depending upon the number of parties and the unique circumstances involved. Understanding how your real estate is owned, or “titled,” is necessary because this determines the extent of control you have over your real estate, how susceptible your property is to creditors, and what will happen to it upon your death. ...

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Last Will and Testament

When a family member or other loved one dies, grief and shock can sometimes be overwhelming. The last thing most people want to think about is making phone calls or funeral arrangements. Some things do not need to be done immediately, but there are some steps that should be taken soon after the loss of your loved one. We hope ...

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Last Will and Testament

Welcome to 2020! A new year is a time for optimism and new opportunities. It is a time to start fresh and take a look to make sure you are headed in the right direction. But making New Year’s resolutions is not enough: you must take action now to ensure that you and your family or loved ones are prepared ...

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Veteran Hugging a Boy Holding an American Flag

What is the Aid & Attendance Pension and How Can a Veteran Qualify? The Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) operates the Aid and Attendance (A&A) pension. Unfortunately, only a small number of eligible American veterans over 65 and their spouses know about it. With over 30 percent of Americans being wartime veterans, many families could be enjoying the benefits of ...

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Hands on Crutches

Retirement is a harsh reality for everyone. Most people think retirement is a long way off but it is important to plan for your post-retirement life well beforehand by contacting a Ventura elder law attorney. In order to retain your financial independence and living standards, a retirement plan is essential.

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Estate Planning is something that nobody wants to think about, but death is inevitable, so it is crucial to plan ahead. Myths and Misconceptions regarding estate planning are quite widespread which is why people often take wrong decisions. Some common estate planning myths are: Myth: I am too young for Estate Planning The most common misconception among many is that ...

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