Estate Planning

A Living Trust gives you better control over what happens to your property. A Living Trust can help protect family, particularly children.

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Property and Equipment Rental Requirements

The beautiful seasons of Alaska are a great opportunity for residents to make money, if done lawfully, through property rental agreement.

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Landlord and Tenant: Is There a Valid Lease Agreement?

verybody needs a place to live, and nearly everyone will rent a home at some point in their life. Renting a home requires the tenant to enter into a contract with the landlord. On almost all occasions, the tenant and landlord form an agreement without the assistance of an attorney.  Often times, the landlord will present the tenant with a prefilled contract and tell the tenant where to sign. In some instances, the parties do not sign a written contract and enter into a verbal agreement.  Is the verbal agreement a binding contract, and can the tenant simply move out when he or she decides to end the lease?

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Protect Your Family and Your Final Wishes With a Written Will

In many cases, a properly drafted will can address all your concerns. A will is the simplest estate-planning document for care of your body and property.

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Is Your Military Retirement Health Insurance A Marital Asset

How much do you value your health insurance? Would you be willing to lose the majority of the assets that you have worked your entire adult life to earn? These

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Divorce And The Division Of Military Disability Payments

The military has a retirement system where, in the majority of cases, the service member has to serve a minimum of 20 years to receive retirement pay. In some cases,

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Divorce and the Division of a Military Member’s Pension

By Captain Bradly Adam Carlson Military life can be extremely challenging because of the constant moving, long work hours, and numerous deployments. Sometimes these challenges cause military members and their

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