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Court Bonds 08.31.2020

What You Need to Know About New York Surrogate’s Court Bonds

Individuals chosen to be fiduciaries, administrators, and executors within the Empire State are typically required to post a surety bond. Surrogate’s courts require fiduciaries to obtain such a bond to safeguard the interests and affairs of the…
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What You Need to Know About New York Surrogate’s Court Bonds
Court Bonds 08.10.2020

Planning Your Legacy: Understanding the Difference Between a Trust and a Will

It is a no-brainer that in the event of your departure from this lifetime, you will want your family to be protected and well taken care of. Having a solid plan in place that confirms…
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Planning Your Legacy: Understanding the Difference Between a Trust and a Will
Court Bonds 06.15.2020

Hawaii District Courts Resume Some Cases Monday

Oahu state district courts will restart some courtroom activities this week, according to the Hawaii Judiciary. Activities deemed “official court business”, such as business and court proceedings with the traffic Violations Bureau and the Legal…
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Hawaii District Courts Resume Some Cases Monday
Court Bonds 06.15.2020

NJ Courts to Soon Resume for Limited Matters

Courthouses across the Garden State are planning to resume operations in late June to permit some legal cases to start in-person under a “post-pandemic” plan signed off this week by the New Jersey Supreme Court….
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NJ Courts to Soon Resume for Limited Matters
Court Bonds 06.02.2020

Some California Courts Begin Reopening

Courts across California are gradually beginning to reopen as COVID-19 restrictions are lifted in certain areas throughout the state. These restrictions were set in place to slow the spread of the coronavirus and protect the…
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Some California Courts Begin Reopening
Court Bonds 05.26.2020

Courts Soon to Reopen from COVID-19 Restrictions

Courtrooms across the country are inching closer and closer towards opening their doors as coronavirus restrictions begin to be lifted. Places like Southern California, whose courthouse maneuvers have been paused to slow the spread of…
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Courts Soon to Reopen from COVID-19 Restrictions
Court Bonds 04.15.2020

Supreme Court Relaxes Rule 4-86 Guardianship of Incapacitated Adults

The Supreme Court for the State of New Jersey just announced it is temporarily modifying the process of seeking an adjustment of incapacity of an adult and appointment of a guardian of a person or…
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Supreme Court Relaxes Rule 4-86 Guardianship of Incapacitated Adults
Court Bonds 02.27.2020

What is a Replevin Bond?

Imagine you recently moved out of your old apartment into a new pad. However, your former landlord decided to keep some of your personal property in return for rent not being paid. What action can…
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What is a Replevin Bond?
Court Bonds 09.13.2019

Who Starts a Trust

A trust settlor, also known as a grantor, trustor, trust maker, or creator, is the person who creates the trust. When making a trust, they establish which property of theirs they will grant to the…
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Who Starts a Trust