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Administrator of Wills Responsibilities in Wisconsin

Administrator of Wills Responsibilities in Wisconsin

The administrator of wills in Wisconsin works closely with the court.courthouse image by Randy McKown from Fotolia.comAn administrator of will conducts the legal process of settling an estate. The task can be complex and an administrator of will in Wisconsin often employs the assistance.........[Read More]
Will Your Heirs Pay a Death Tax in Florida?

Will Your Heirs Pay a Death Tax in Florida?

Florida did collect a state estate tax prior to January 1, 2005. Learn why things changed and if it is possible for the Florida estate tax to come back.......[Read More]
How to Create an Aquifer Step-by-Step

How to Create an Aquifer Step-by-Step

An aquifer is a body of rock that is saturated with water. The rock is permeable, so that water can easily move through the body of rock. You can build a model aquifer at home.......[Read More]
Planning to Buy Foreclosed Homes? Learn the Way!

Planning to Buy Foreclosed Homes? Learn the Way!

From the time the actual overall economy dropped, a great deal of house owners are finding themselves not capable to maintain along with the increasing expenditures associated with owning their own homes. Mortgages grew to become feared month to month dues and banks have no choice but to foreclosed ......[Read More]
How to Create an FLP

How to Create an FLP

A Family Limited Partnership (FLP) is a legal entity formed to hold the personal investments and business interests of a donor husband and wife in order to protect, retain control and distribute family wealth. The donors retain control of the FLP assets as general partners and can spread income to l......[Read More]
How do I Find the Parcel Number for a 2206 Sawtooth 89044?

How do I Find the Parcel Number for a 2206 Sawtooth 89044?

Every piece of land in the United States, with and without property on it, has a parcel number. County government maintains records for all land and property within each specific county's limits. Parcel numbers are used to track ownership, value property, collect taxes and manage land use and enviro......[Read More]
How to Probate an Estate

How to Probate an Estate

Most people have little experience dealing with what happens after their loved one dies and they get appointed as Personal Representative/Executor to settle the estate. This guide provides a general overview of the six steps required to probate an estate.......[Read More]
How to Transfer a Deed in Texas

How to Transfer a Deed in Texas

Transferring property into the name of someone else in Texas requires a a deed transfer. This process also applies if a property owner dies. In that instance, the property deed has to be transferred to the heirs. Transferring a deed in Texas is a fairly simple process that can be done on your own o......[Read More]
Email Marketing Laws

Email Marketing Laws

Due to the advance of the Internet and increased amounts of junk email (or spam), email marketing laws such as the United States' CAN-SPAM Act, and Canada's proposed ECPA Bill, have emerged. Marketers wishing to follow the law and build credibility in the eyes of their consumers, need to know more a......[Read More]
Laws on Photographing People in Pennsylvania

Laws on Photographing People in Pennsylvania

Photographing people in public places in Pennsylvania is considered a form of free expression and generally comes under the protection of the First Amendment. Pennsylvania, along with all other states, has no specific laws that ban photographing people in public places where there is no reasonable e......[Read More]
How to Create an Oracle DB Link

How to Create an Oracle DB Link

An Oracle DB link connects your database server to another network database server, so you can query from one location. You create queries on one Oracle server, and you reference the link to the secondary server. The linked server returns the data from the query. This linking feature makes it more c......[Read More]
How to Create a Will in Oklahoma

How to Create a Will in Oklahoma

A will provides for the disposition of your assets after your death. If you die without a will, Oklahoma will create one for you and distribute your property as it sees fit. This will leave your family unprotected. Your family will end up in probate court, and the assets intended for your family cou......[Read More]
Keeping Insurance Proceeds Out of Your Taxable Estate

Keeping Insurance Proceeds Out of Your Taxable Estate

After you die, all the assets you owned in your individual name at the time of your death will be listed on your Federal Estate Tax Return. If the value of your estate is higher than the estate tax threshold for that year, an estate tax will be owed.......[Read More]
How to Obtain a PO Box Number

How to Obtain a PO Box Number

The United States Constitution requires Congress to establish and maintain post offices for public use. Benjamin Franklin was the nation's first postmaster. Today, the Unites States Postal Service offers many options for sending and receiving mail, including post office boxes. A post office box is a......[Read More]
How to Start a Corporation in Florida With a Spouse

How to Start a Corporation in Florida With a Spouse

Establishing a corporation with your spouse is a process undertaken through the office of the Florida Secretary of State. The procedure to establish any corporation in the Sunshine State involves the creation and filing of articles of incorporation. The same rules apply to creating articles of incor......[Read More]
How to Contest Child Support in Florida

How to Contest Child Support in Florida

Florida child support cases are managed by the Department of Revenue's Child Support Enforcement branch. The issue of child support in the state is overseen by Florida Statutes section 61.30. Child support cases are usually only reviewed if there is a request by one of the parents, although the stat......[Read More]
How to Be an Executor in California

How to Be an Executor in California

The job of an executor, in California or any other state, is to facilitate the processing of a decedent's estate. Required tasks include paying bills, filing an income tax return, and ultimately distributing the assets of the estate in the manner requested by the decedent. To become an executor, als......[Read More]
Living Wills & DNR

Living Wills & DNR

A living will is an advance directive informing health providers about a patient's preferences for extraordinary measures or procedures to keep him alive when it is evident that he will die without intervention. A Do Not Resuscitate (DNR) designation is one important example.......[Read More]
How to Check for Criminal Warrants

How to Check for Criminal Warrants

There are three types of criminal warrants: Arrest warrants, bench warrants and search warrants. Arrest warrants are issued by a police agency after officers and/or prosecutors determine there are grounds to apprehend a suspect and charge them with a crime. Bench warrants are ordered by a judge if a......[Read More]
Inheritance Tax and Gifts

Inheritance Tax and Gifts

"Potentially exempt transfers" are one of the most widely used tactics for reducing Inheritance Tax. Providing that you survive for at least seven years after the date that you give away a sum of money as a "gift" to your beneficiaries, this means that not only can your loved one......[Read More]