Demystifying Probate: A Guide To Settling Estates & Distributing Assets Are you feeling overwhelmed by the process of probate? Unsure of where to begin or what steps to take? Don't worry, you're not alone. Probate can be a complex and confusing process, but fear not – we are here to demystify it for you. Welcome… Continue reading Probate in Utah
Creditor Claims Against Retirement Assets Creditor claims is defined as written claim filed in federal bankruptcy court by a person or entity owed money by a debtor who has filed for bankruptcy. A written claim filed in probate court by a person or entity owed money by a person who has died. State law sets… Continue reading Creditor Claims Against Retirement Assets
Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Utah Many people think of bankruptcy court as the final stop on a path to financial ruin, the only option left when repaying debts seems impossible. But there’s hope even in bankruptcy, and Chapter 13 of the federal bankruptcy code offers the closest thing to a soft landing. Chapter 13 allows those… Continue reading Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Utah
Chapter 12 Bankruptcy For Farmers And Fishermen Chapter 12 bankruptcy is a relatively new addition to bankruptcy laws. It allows “family farmers” and “family fisherman” to restructure their finances and avoid liquidation or foreclosure. It’s very similar to Chapter 13 bankruptcy, but provides additional benefits to debtors. For much of our nation’s history, there were… Continue reading Chapter 12 Bankruptcy For Farmers And Fishermen
Can Non Biological Parents Get Child Custody Or Timesharing In case the biological parent and the non-biological parent are on good terms, custody problems will not be an issue. However, what happens when the relationship between the biological and non-biological parents starts to deteriorate? Alternatively, what happens when both biological parents are absent, unfit or… Continue reading Can Non Biological Parents Get Child Custody Or Timesharing
Can I Pick Who Adopts My Child? With Utah Adoptions, one of the first steps in the adoption process is for adoptive parents to fill out an Adoption Planning Questionnaire, or APQ. This is a simple set of questions that helps the agency and adoptive parents determine which adoption situations fit best with their family.… Continue reading Can I Pick Who Adopts My Child?
Can I Bankrupt Car Title Loans? All loans come with risks if they’re not repaid on time. However, a car title loan carries an especially troubling consequence if you fail to meet your payment obligations: The lender can take your vehicle. Before you consider getting a title loan, consider the potential potholes you’ll hit if… Continue reading Can I Bankrupt Car Title Loans?
Can Estate Planning Fees Be Deducted By Your Business You may deduct legal fees paid to attorneys and fees paid to other professionals for ordinary and necessary expenses of your business, including expenses for helping you start your business. When you are starting a business, keep track of all your costs while you are investigating… Continue reading Can Estate Planning Fees Be Deducted By Your Business
Beneficiary Designation And Estate Planning A beneficiary designation is the act of naming the person who will inherit an asset in the event of the account owner’s passing. Some common examples include life insurance policies and retirement accounts. When the account owner passes away, their assets are then transferred to the beneficiary that they designated.… Continue reading Beneficiary Designation And Estate Planning
Bankruptcy Chapter 13 Bankruptcy is a federal court process designed to eliminate debts or repay them under the protection of the bankruptcy court. For individuals, most people file either Chapter 7 or Chapter 13, because a court order can call an automatic stay, prohibiting most creditors from hounding you in order to collect what you… Continue reading Bankruptcy Chapter 13