Weird Laws Across the Country That Are Still on the Books

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Laws are designed to shape society and to encourage everyone to stay away from troublesome behaviors. But there are some weird laws across the United States that are still on the books. It would seem that they were put there by lawmakers who were in a fit of pique and irritated by a certain behavior. Following are some of these strange-but-true laws:

North Carolina: It is illegal to sing off-key, elephants may not be used to plow cotton fields, and serving ...

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Learn the Basics About Probate and How It Works

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It’s normal for someone to have questions about probate. Most will only deal with it once in their life, and it’s not something that is a topic of everyday conversation. Following are some frequently asked questions and answers about probate:

Q: What is probate?

A: Probate is a process that involves submitting a will or estate to the local court for oversight. It is used to prove that a will, if there is one, is valid, making an inventory of the estate ...

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Trusting the Right Trustee

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A living trust can be an expedient and efficient way to deal with your assets upon your demise.  Because it is often quicker and cleaner than probate, some will choose to create a living trust to ensure that their personal effects are properly distributed after their death.  But selecting the right trustee for such a responsibility can be very difficult.

Consider first and foremost if the person you have in mind has enough time, expertise, and organizational skills to take on ...

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What You Need To Know About A Living Trust

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The discussion of wills and trusts can leave people feeling nervous and worried. Who will take care of their estate and assets when they die, especially if there are young children who will be beneficiaries? How can you keep track of your assets while you are alive so they will be ready for your beneficiaries?

A Living Trust Helps Simplify Your Estate Planning While You Are Still Alive

A living trust, also called inter vivos trust or grantor’s trust, gives you more ...

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Welcome to the Gaudy Law Blog!

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Thank you for taking the time to visit our new blog. We hope this will serve as a useful resource about legal news and information for our clients.

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