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Important considerations for your future health care

Delaware readers know it is impossible to predict the future. There is no way to know what will happen, but there are steps you can take to have some measure of control over a particular matter. One of the things you can do is to include provisions in your estate plan that address health care. 

What are the responsibilities of the executor of a will?

If you learned that you are the executor of a Delaware estate, you are likely wondering what that means and what your responsibilities will be. Knowing what is expected of you throughout this process can help you avoid complications and fulfill your duties in a reasonable manner and appropriate amount of time.

A charitable giving trust could be right for your estate plan

For some Delaware readers, something more than a basic will may be necessary to provide an adequate amount of protection for their estates. If you are setting up the necessary estate planning protections or need to update an existing plan, you may consider the benefits of adding a trust, specifically a charitable trust, to your estate plan.

How can contingencies protect me when buying a home?

Purchasing a home in Delaware is a major financial and legal step, and it is prudent to make every effort to ensure that you understand how to protect your interests. One of the ways you can do this is by including contingencies in your contract. Before you sign anything, you may consider how the wording of your purchase agreement could shield you from unnecessary financial risk.

How can I protect myself when selling my home?

If you are planning to sell your Delaware home, you know that there are many things you need to do to prepare for the process ahead. There is much more involved with selling a home than simply putting a for sale sign in the front yard. You would be wise to take the steps necessary to ensure the full protection of your interests. This can help you avoid problems with the selling process as well as help you avoid legal complications in the future. 

You get to decide what happens to your business in the future

As a Delaware small business owner, you know how difficult it can be simply to run your business, keep up with your financial obligations and stay profitable. As much work and thought as you put into the initial stages of your business, you would be wise to do the same at the end of your business operations. Business succession planning is important for every entrepreneur, no matter the size or type of business you have. 

Circumventing potential problems with a property title

One of the most common issues that arise during a real estate transaction is one pertaining to the title. Disputes and defects with a title can have a negative impact on your goals, delaying closing and costing you more time and money. Handling these issues promptly and effectively are important for your bottom line.

Selling your home? Understanding required disclosures

Buying or selling a home in Delaware is a complex process that involves many factors. If you are attempting to put your house on the market, it is wise to know what to expect and how to avoid potential complications as you navigate what is ahead. One of the things that you may need to know concerns required disclosures as the seller. 

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