Compared to older generations, millennials have to take more into account when planning their estate, such as digital assets and cohabitating partners.
Virginia wills have to follow certain rules and guidelines to hold up in court. for this reason, there are several things you shouldn’t put in your will.
Many stepparents choose to adopt the children from their spouse’s former relationships. However, there are a few things to consider when doing so in Virginia.
If you die without a will in Virginia, the court will process your estate as “intestate.” This means that your estate will be divided according to Virginia law.
Estate taxes are burdensome, and overwhelmingly costly. However, there are ways to avoid tax imposition on your estate.
The Virginia Intestate succession process determines how the state will divide your property, assets, and keepsakes if you die without a will.
When planning your estate, you need to take your children’s inheritance into account. In most cases, this means deciding how you’ll divide your estate.
The Virginia probate process can be difficult to navigate. This comprehensive guide will make probate in Virginia an understandable and manageable process.