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The Different Types of Deeds in Utah

The Different Types of Deeds in Utah

When buying or selling a property in Utah, it is important to understand the different types of deeds available. A deed is a legal document that transfers property ownership from one person to another. There are three main types of deeds in Utah: general warranty, special warranty, and deed without warranties. This blog post will

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What are Advance Medical Directives and Why You Need One

What are Advance Medical Directives and Why You Need One

Advance Medical Directives, also known as Living Wills, are legal documents that allow you to state your wishes regarding medical treatment if you cannot speak for yourself. They can be very useful in ensuring that your wishes are carried out, even if you cannot communicate them yourself. This blog post will discuss what Advance Medical

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The Impact of Alzheimer’s and Dementia on Estate Planning

The Impact of Alzheimer’s and Dementia on Estate Planning

When planning your estate, it is important to consider any potential health issues that could arise. One grave concern is Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia. If you become incapacitated due to one of these illnesses, it could significantly impact your ability to make decisions about your finances and property. In this blog post,

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Young Adults and Inheriting Money: What You Need to Know

Young Adults and Inheriting Money: What You Need to Know

When young adults inherit money, it can be a blessing and a curse. On the one hand, you can now achieve your financial goals and dreams. On the other hand, without proper estate planning in place, that money can quickly disappear. This blog post will discuss some of the things you need to know when

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