Answers to Your Estate Law Questions

  Estate planning and administration can be confusing for those facing estate law for the first time. Luckily, the legal team at Moseman Law Offices, LLC is experienced in even the most challenging estate law scenarios and is available to provide you with...

You Have Lost a Loved One, Now What?

It is never easy to navigate losing a loved one.  One of the many things you must address is transferring their assets, either to the persons entitled to receive them by law or entitled to receive them under the deceased’s Will.  Where do you even start?  Here is some...

Family Conversations Over the Holidays

As you gather with your family for the holidays this year, talking about trusts and long-term financial security will probably not be on your mind. Finances and death are two of the most uncomfortable and off-limits topics for families to discuss. Yet, it is...

Do I Need to Start Estate Planning?

When you hear “estate” mentioned, do you think of large well-manicured lawns and gorgeous mansions? Actually, you don’t have to be wealthy to have an estate. An estate is made up of all the property you own, including cash, cars, real estate, and other assets. If you...

Things To Consider When Gifting Your House

Taxes and Gifting Your House We all hate to pay taxes if we can legally avoid them. The transfer of your house prior to your death can cause a large capital gain tax bill to the beneficiary of the transfer. If the house transfers not by operation of your death, the...

Long Term Care and How to Pay for it

Most people over the age of 65 will eventually need help with activities of daily living.  A man will need an estimated 2.2 years of such assistance and a woman will need an estimated 3.7 years.  If only one spouse needs the help it can be financially...