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HOA fees and credit reports

People who own units in townhome and condominium developments in Missouri must join the homeowner's association. Even many people who own single family residences find themselves members of HOAs. These groups provide oversight to many elements in a neighborhood and say that they help to maintain property values for homeowners. In turn, homeowners must pay regular dues to these associations.

What should I put in a lease?

If you have a rental property in Missouri, one of the main documents you must create is a lease. The lease protects you and your tenants. It ensures everyone understands the terms of the rental agreement and can prevent serious problems in the future. Because this document is so important, you must ensure you include the right information when you write it.

Potential heirs continue to battle over James Brown's estate

Most estate planning experts in Saint Charles would likely agree that one should start their estate planning early on in their adult life. Yet estate planning such not be viewed as a singular event, but rather a process that plays out over several years. One is certain to experience several life changes that would necessitate them amending their will in order to accommodate their most current situation. A failure to do so may almost certainly guarantee there to be discord amongst one's heirs when they are gone. 

How can you revoke a will?

If you have taken the advice of estate planning experts in Saint Charles and already drafted a will and other documents related to the dispersal of your assets, you might feel as though your work in this regard is over. Yet the hope is that you still live for many more years, during which time your circumstances can change. Such changes may prompt you to decide to modify the management (and eventual administration) of your estate. Changes such as these, however, can often prompt discord, with one or more of your beneficiaries contesting their validity (an easy challenge to make if you are not around to refute it). 

What are the basics of estate planning?

Missouri residents who are left handling matters of the estate may find themselves with a lot of questions. This is especially true if you have never had to deal with estate management or planning before. If that's the case for you, take a look here for some basic information about estate planning that you should know.

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