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Who’s in Charge of My Estate When in Probate?

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Probate is a formal process supervised by the court. It includes taking inventory of the deceased person’s property or assets, paying taxes and debts, and dividing whatever is left amongst the rightful beneficiaries. Probate is usually about paperwork. The court’s involvement or supervision is often minimal unless the creditors or family members are in disagreement…. Read more »

The Revocable Living Trust Utah Explained.

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A revocable living trust Utah holds assets for the benefit of the owner of the trust while the person is alive. The trust’s creator names beneficiaries for the assets. A successor trustee has the duty of distributing the assets to those named as the beneficiaries. Because it is revocable, the trust’s creator can change it… Read more »

How Do Criminal Records Affect the Bankruptcy Process?

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If you are convicted of a felony, your discharge may be affected if the charge you are convicted on is financial or fraud-related. If the crime you are convicted of is not included in these categories, then you may not have any issues with a bankruptcy. Even so, there is so much that can affect… Read more »

You Shouldn’t Feel Guilty for Filing for Workers’ Comp

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You have the right to file for worker compensation Utah benefits if you get hurt on the job. The benefit is available to all workers if they receive an injury while they’re working. It even extends to workers who suffer from certain occupational illnesses. Businesses are required by law to carry the coverage so that… Read more »

7 Myths About Bankruptcy

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Bankruptcy may be your best option if you find yourself with a mountain of debt that you are unable to pay back. A bankruptcy attorney Ogden Utah can help you with this process. However, there are a lot of myths about bankruptcy that you need to be aware of. Myth: I Won’t Qualify For It… Read more »

Most Common Types of Trust Disputes

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The death of a loved one can bring a great deal of grief and sadness to a family. You and your relatives will need some time to process the loss and move forward without the person who died. In the midst of your mourning, you will also need to deal with the will and trusts… Read more »

Why You Should Plan for Incapacity

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You never know what the future will hold. That is why you should establish an estate plan in Utah now while you are fit and clear of mind. Utah estate planning is not only about preparing for your inevitable death; it is also about planning for possible incapacitation. You may be young and healthy now,… Read more »

Do’s and Don’t for Estate Planning

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The reality of life is that everyone shall die someday. Apart from death, some calamities in life can render you incapacitated, putting you in a position where you can’t manage your property. The creation of an estate plan allows you to control what happens to your property in the event of death or incapacitation. However,… Read more »

Reasons why a Workers Compensation Claim may have been denied

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Some of the reasons that Workers’ Compensation claims were denied include the following: • Not enough evidence was presented that proves the injury was related to your job. • You didn’t have enough medical treatment. Most of the time, Workers’ Compensation claims will only be approved if the injured party had medical treatment. • You… Read more »

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