3 Signs That Your Tenant Might Not Be Taking Good Care Of Your Property

When you allow someone to move into your rental property, you have to trust that person to take good care of that property. Otherwise, hundreds or thousands of dollars of damage can be done to the apartment unit or home. Doing a thorough background check of the potential tenant is a good place to start, but you also have to watch out for the signs that you might not have chosen the best tenant. [Read More]

Reducing Probate With Revocable Trusts

Advertisements on how to avoid probate are almost unavoidable and give the impression that you can arrange for your estate to flow seamlessly to your beneficiaries immediately after your death. In spite of the impression given by this misinformation, probate is not entirely evil and usually cannot be completely avoided, but you can employ methods to keep some of your estate from being probated by careful and timely use of deed transfers and revocable trusts. [Read More]