A group of individuals or entities engaged in business together who share in profits and in risks of loss.
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A Totten Trust or account that automatically gives assets to another party upon death of the primary account holder.
Will that serves to complete the funding of a trust so that all assets are owned by the trust following death.
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When a person (the "principal") authorizes someone else (the "agent" or "attorney in fact") to take care of business for the principal. A power of attorney authorizes the agent to do whatever is necessary to manage the principal's assets. A "limited" or "special" power of attorney can be made more restrictive, by setting time limits for the agent to serve, limiting the agent to certain actions, or authorizing the agent to manage only particular assets. There are "general" powers of attorney, "limited" or "special" powers of attorney, and "durable" powers of attorney. A general or limited power of attorney ends when the principal becomes incapacitated. A durable power of attorney stays in effect if the principal becomes incapacitated.
The judicial process to determine if a will of a dead person (called the "decedent") is genuine or not; lawful distribution of a decedent's estate.
Fees charged by the probate court (avoidable with a Revocable Trust Administration) to process the terms of a will or determine what to do following the passing of a person intestate.
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A rating comparing, time period over time period, wholesale prices of goods.
A written document that says that a person promises to pay money to another.