Are Your Taxes Going Up?

 

Mark Stiles here reminding you to be vigilant when it comes to your real estate tax bill as we come upon the end of 2020. Changes in municipal taxes are typically seen in February or May. Make sure your tax bill matches the amount your mortgage company is paying.

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Why Choose a Third-Party Trustee?

 

Who’s going to manage your money after you’re gone? Usually this task falls to a trustee or fiduciary — often a spouse or child. However, choosing a third-party could save your trust significant money along the way and give you more stability. Visit Stiles-estates.com with your estate plan questions and concerns or call (781) 319-1900. And subscribe for more!

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Thompson v Chase Nov 2020 Update

 

Good news for real estate investors in MA! The Thompson issue is now a non-issue. Our Supreme Judicial Court has settled the case in favor of title examiners and buyers of bank-owned property in the state.

You can count on Stiles Law to stay current with important legal cases, trends and decisions. If you have questions about properties or title exams, contact us by calling (781) 319-1900 or by visiting https://stiles-law.com. And subscribe!

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When to Create Your Estate Plan

 

When should you start thinking about establishing your estate plan? You might be surprised to hear the age of eighteen. This task doesn’t have to be focused on end of life. Guardianship, inheritance, and healthcare proxies are all things to consider. Each estate plan is completely unique! If you have questions or want help with yours, contact us by calling (781) 319-1900 or visit Stiles-estates.com

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When to Review You Estate Plan

Who wants to leave confusion with their family in the wake of their passing? Nobody. Many life details could be considered significant changes that should result in a revisitation and updating of your estate plan. The best time to plan for the future is always now!

If you have questions or need help with your estate plan, contact us by calling (781) 319-1900. You can find more videos about this topic on our YouTube page.

Helpful links:
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Stiles-estates.com

Copyright © 2020 Stiles Law, All rights reserved. Stiles Law is a Massachusetts licensed law firm and all content is based on Massachusetts law. The information presented above is meant to be used for general informational purposes and it should not be construed as legal advice or legal opinion on any specific facts.