Category Archives: Wills
Trust documents are labyrinthine: hard to understand. Wills say give this. In a trust, the house takes two deeds; in probate only one, and sometimes none. In a trust, it takes opening two bank accounts; in probate often two, but … Continue reading
Probate and Wills are not the enemy—only tools among many TOD is not the ultimate slicer, dicer, and cooking pot They call upon you to think :- Doug.
A Will can be sacred. :- Doug.
You want a commodity Will: That is not the kind of Will I do, and no one does well for you who does that. Every Will is for a particular person. The Wills of Husbands and Wives always mean different … Continue reading
Own anything you want in your Will you can! & then give it away to whomever you wish! Give the White House to your garbage collector the moon to President Lincoln to your children the entire saved-from-your-lifetime contents of your … Continue reading
Will us eyes eyes you have loved ones with crinkles in the corner ones which pull on dimples ones with tears and ones which see into your deeps :- Doug.
In poetic law, we not only do but ponder: in gifts and donees we see meaning; beyond Dollars and numbers love. We look among the trees and find forests & paths & sunlit openings. In streams flowing we find future … Continue reading
Whatever you leave others will sort out. Escape with your life. Leave the furniture. What do you care if others use it for firewood? :- Doug.
Will good! :- Doug.
The Court is here to help us do what we need to do. Why would we use a lathe as a hammer? :- Doug.
If money is the only thing you can think to give away how poor! :- Doug.
Setting the stage your Will is :- Doug.