When planning your estate, who should have a copies of the documents? Steve Knecht and Randy Vonderheide answer to this commonly asked estate planning question.
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The importance of knowing the right words to inform the police that you want a lawyer before answering any questions was once again shown by a recent case decided by the Indiana Supreme Court. Unless you ask for a lawyer using the proper words, the officer may ignore your request and keep asking questions to try to get you to incriminate yourself.
Estate Planning can be a tough road, we discuss one of the common potholes you may encounter on the journey: Beneficiary Designation.
In Indiana, you are operating a vehicle parked on the traveled portion of a road even if you are asleep.
The key to avoiding probate is making sure that you do not hold title to any assets in your name alone at the time of your death and for those assets where beneficiary designations are permitted, that you in fact name both a primary and a contingent beneficiary.