Common question after the death of a loved one When a client's spouse passes away we are frequently asked whether or not our client is liable for their spouse's debts. This article will provide a quick overview of a Utah law more people should be familiar with. Utah's...
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Prenuptial agreements can help protect your assets when a marriage ends — but what if you don’t have one?
A will’s principal function is to specify the assets you intend to leave to your chosen beneficiaries. Anything in a will that goes beyond that is not legally enforceable.
Below you’ll find our outline of estate tax and inheritance tax considerations in Utah and how they may relate to you. We’ve also highlighted other concerns with inherited assets that you may encounter.
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There are several primary reasons for contesting a Will. In such instances, one basis may be more difficult to establish than the other.
Most people spend a lot of time preparing their Will, but they often neglect to store them somewhere safe and secure.
Medicaid planning is an essential part of estate planning. Medicaid is a federal and state program that provides healthcare coverage for low-income people.
Have you ever wondered what happens if you die without a Will? Unfortunately, when a person dies without a valid Will or estate plan in Utah, they are considered to have died “intestate.”
Today, we’ll take a look at what an Elder Law Attorney does and how they can help you or your loved one navigate the complicated legal processes that pertain to our golden years.