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A living trust is a form of estate planning that allows you to control your wealth (your money and possessions) while you live, but distribute them to people or organizations of your choice when you die.
Divorce is the process of ending a marriage or marital union. Divorce usually involves the cancellation or rearrangement of the legal duties and responsibilities of marriage, thereby breaking the marital ties between a married couple in accordance with the rule of law of each country or state.
Incorporating a company means converting your sole proprietorship or general partnership into a corporation officially recognized by your state of incorporation. When a company is incorporated, it becomes its own legal business structure, separate from the people who started the company.
A deed is a written legal instrument signing, authenticating, delivering, and sealing in some jurisdictions, certifying, or confirming an interest, right, or property. It is often associated with the transfer of ownership of a property.
Probate is the judicial process whereby a will is "proved" in court and accepted as a valid public document constituting the true last will of the deceased, or where the estate is settled under the laws of the Intestacy of State of the testator's domicile at the time of death if there is no valid will.
A will is a legal document that expresses a person's will as to how their estate should be distributed after their death and which person should manage the estate until its final distribution.
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