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- St. Martin's Press 2000; US$ 8.99
Ensuring that your estate is in order has become one of the most onerous legal tasks that anyone would ever have to face. Legal fees today can be astronomical, especially when an inheritance passes through probate. It doesn't have to be that way. In How to Die Without a Lawyer , Mary Clement, a prominent attorney who specializes in end-of-life... more...
- NOLO 2014; US$ 24.99
Make your own legal will, quickly & easily! If you want to create a will without the trouble, the Quick & Legal Will Book is the simplest and fastest way to reach your goal. Get the forms and step by step instructions to make a basic will that meets your needs with this all in one guide. Find out how to: name beneficiaries choose a guardian... more...
- Henry Holt and Co. 2005; US$ 19.99
The best legal guide to wills and estates?with more than 80,000 copies sold?now updated to cover the current asset protection options and estate laws Whether grappling with modest or extensive assets, The Complete Book of Wills, Estates, and Trusts has long been the indispensable guide for protecting an estate for loved ones. In this completely... more...
- Beobachter-Edition 2012; US$ 35.99
Wer sein Vermögen zu Lebzeiten teilen oder als Erbe Bescheid wissen will, ist mit dem Standardwerk bestens beraten. Es zeigt, wie man klare und faire Verhältnisse schafft und erbrechtliche Stolpersteine meidet. Dieser Ratgeber schafft klare Verhältnisse. Wer sein Vermögen zu Lebzeiten verteilen oder als Erbe Bescheid wissen will, erfährt hier alles... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2014; US$ 44.95
Understanding Equity & Trusts is the sister text to Professor Hudson?s heavyweight textbook Equity & Trusts. It aims to give you a clear, accessible and comprehensive overview of the main themes in this dynamic area of the law. Whether used at the beginning of studying or in the period before examinations, this book will give you an invaluable grounding... more...
- Constable & Robinson 2011; US$ 10.19
The majority of applications for probate that follow someone's death can be dealt with inexpensively by any reasonably intelligent person with time available and a little guidance. This easy-to-follow book clearly explains all the information you need to administer the deceased's estate; from dealing with the urgent practical matters to preparing... more...
- De Gruyter 2013; US$ 629.00
Already in its 4th edition, this textbook presents the fundamentals as well as specific topics in inheritance law. The new edition considers recent amendments to inheritance law, including the 2010 reform of the inheritance right to a compulsory portion (Pflichtteilsrecht) as well as the German law on living wills. more...
- NOLO 2009; US$ 34.99
In almost half of all stepfamilies, each parent brings one or more children to a new marriage and while other books give general information about wills, trusts, and taxes, many of them may not apply to couples in second marriages. Estate Planning for Blended Families is the first book for parents in second marriages who want to provide both... more...
The Canadian Guide to Will and Estate Planning: Everything You Need to Know Today to Protect Your Wealth and Your Family Tomorrow 3EMcGraw-Hill Education 2010; US$ 23.00
We all know we need a will, one that is current and reflects our wishes and changing life events. So why do two-thirds of Canadians still die without a will - without a plan for passing on their assets the way they want? Why do Canadians still risk losing everything to creditors or the government, or certain relatives being awarded assets by provincial... more...