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:
calendly.com/BenCote/consultation
Stiles-estates.com

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VA Loan Myths Debunked!

 

Our video’s goal this week is to debunk some troubling myths and address common misconceptions about VA loan buyers. Whether it’s the high loaned value or the fear of a difficult appraisal, here’s why the worrying is unnecessary.

If you have questions about VA loans or VA loan buyers, contact us by calling (781) 319-1900 or by visiting https://stiles-law.com. And remember to subscribe to our YouTube channel!

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Nonessential Evictions in MA Update (October 2020)

 

This week it’s a Zoom update with Ben Cote and Emmanuel Ebot about the eviction moratorium in MA due to the pandemic. It’s wise to take this moment by moment, as there is always a chance for a further extension, but currently the end date is October 17th, 2020.

A new CDC regulation acts as a separate residential eviction moratorium with a triggering condition based on the fact that certain circumstances caused by eviction could aid in the spread of COVID-19 and should be avoided.

It’s better to be proactive than reactive. Plan ahead as well as possible to stay out of court and keep things easier on everyone.

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If you have any questions about evictions, contact us by calling (781) 319-1900.

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Save $$ by Selling Your Own House?

 

Navigating effective marketing, COVID-era open houses, MLS, true home value, price negotiation, closing attorney fees… these are just some of the things to consider before trying to sell your home without a real estate professional. It might be more trouble than it’s worth.

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If you have any questions about selling your home, contact us by calling (781) 319-1900.

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What Is a Short Sale & How Can I Avoid It?

 

If your debt exceeds the amount of money you can get for selling your house, sometimes the bank will accept less than what they are owed and call it even. It’s not an easy process and you have to prove to the bank that it’s worth it for them, but it can be less harmful than foreclosure. Consider getting out ahead of it and consider selling before you reach that point of having to choose between the two.

If you have any questions about short sales, contact us by calling (781) 319-1900.

Copyright © 2019 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.