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Blog Posts in March, 2014

What is a Durable Power of Attorney?

The Durable Power of Attorney is a legal document that names a person, also known as an agent, to handle financial matters for you. Some states allow you to have a "springing durable power of ...
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Is my home protected if I title it to my living trust?

Because a living trust is usually a revocable trust, it will not provide protection. If you can revoke your trust, so can your creditors. Titling the home to a living trust can nevertheless be ...
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Could I gift my home and retain a life estate?

That strategy is similar to the qualified personal residence trust. You could gift your home – usually to your children – and retain a life estate. Though the life estate can be claimed by ...
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I have read that some people title their home to personal residence trusts to save estate taxes and also for protection. How do these trusts work?

Older people sometimes want to protect their home and lower their estate taxes. A Qualified Personal Residence Trust (QPRT) may be their answer. Here, youtransfer your residence to the trust and ...
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How feasible is it to get a 90-100 percent loan if you have poor credit, low income or the inability to pay the loan?

That's another excellent and common question. You may not be a good candidate for conventional financing, but there are a host of unconventional financing arrangements that can be used to create ...
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