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September 27, 2011

Durable Power of Attorney

Establishing durable power of attorney is a good idea for anyone that has bills to pay or wants to have a say about medical treatments they receive. POA is a legal document that gives permission to another person to make decisions on your behalf if you become injured or too ill to make decisions or are out of town and unable to appear in person.

Durable power of attorney documents need to be executed for both personal finance and health care. The person who will be in charge of making decisions is known as the attorney-in-fact. This individual is usually a spouse, parent, or relative, but can be anyone you desire.

Real Estate Investing article on "Durable Power of Attorney"

September 24, 2008

Probate Inheritance

Probate inheritance includes all assets owned by a person who has died. Assets can include real estate holdings, life insurance policies, financial portfolios, automobiles, recreational vehicles, jewelry, household belongings and other valuables.

Probate inheritance is held in probate court to ensure directives outlined in the decedent's Last Will and Testament are followed. Additionally, all outstanding debts must be paid prior to distributing probate inheritance assets to entitled heirs.

Real Estate Investing article on "Probate Inheritance "

September 15, 2008

Bankruptcy Alternative

Every bankruptcy alternative should be explored before filing personal or business bankruptcy. Filing any bankruptcy chapter will have long-lasting and detrimental effects on your credit. In most cases, bankruptcy will remain on your credit report for up to a decade. Ten years is a long time to be punished for financial mishaps.

To determine which type of bankruptcy alternative is best suited for your needs, you will need to conduct a bit of research. Several alternatives to bankruptcy exist including debt consolidation, debt settlement, credit counseling and budgeting.

Real Estate Investing article on "Bankruptcy Alternative"