A Comparison of Wills and Trusts

There are several essential differences between wills and trusts as instruments created to transfer property, making each preferable for different reasons depending on a person’s particular situation. WillsA will is a comprehensive file that sets forth how the testator (the person who developed the will) wishes to dispose of his or her property upon the […]

Forced Sale of Real Estate with Service Partner, Family Member, Better Halves

A partition case in Rhode Island is a fair, legal action in which a person corporation or legal entity can force the sale of genuine estate versus another co-owner or life renter. A partition case in Rhode Island is an equitable, legal action in which an individual corporation or legal entity can force the sale […]

Impact of Failing to Represent Unborn Children in an Estate Plan

When developing an estate plan, it is vital to account for coming children when their conception is known. Without planning for these children, the owner of the estate might have challenges to his or her will, last testament or other legal documents to give his/her assets to dependents. Coming Children When the possessions and holdings […]