Advance Medical Directives Why Now Why Not
Estate Law Center Podcast - Advance Medical Directives - Why Now ? Why Not In § 54.1-2983 of the Code of Virginia, USA, the procedure for making an advance directive is set forth. “Any adult capable of making an informed decision may, at any time, make a written advance directive to address any or all forms of health care in the event the declarant is later determined to be incapable of making an informed decision.” As an estate planning attorney, I am frequently afforded a glimpse into the private lives of clients seeking to prepare for the threshold of death. I treasure the sharing of the fears, struggles, and celebrations. Though most of my clients are older adults, as those under fifty seem not to understand how quickly the years may pass, or as hard as the reality may be - that they may not have many years in front of them. There is a common thread that is expressed...... Click, Listen, and Learn more
Executor Roadmap - Seven Steps
Estate Law Center Attorney Katherine S. Charapich, Esq. shares insights in seven steps to be aware of as an Executor / Executrix in the Commonwealth of Virginia (July 2018) including: Qualification of Executor / Executrix, Attending the Appointment for Qualification, Taking on the role of Executor / Executrix, Inventory for the Decedent's Estate, Accounting for the Decedent's Estate, Debts and Demands Hearing, and Show Cause Against Distribution & Order of Distribution of the Estate.
To Trust or Not To Trust Video Estate Law Center Podcast March 2018
Estate Law Center Podcast - To Trust or Not To Trust - March 2018 Attorney, Author, & Podcast Host Katherine S. Charapich, Esq. shares perspective on the benefits of considering Trusts as part of your Estate Plan in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Protecting your assets for the benefit of your use and distribution per your intent is worth the process of analyzing what estate planning documents as set forth in the Code of Virginia, are advantageous for your protection. Asking questions and investing the time is worth having trust in your estate plan. The material is intended for educational purposes and does not establish an Attorney-Client relationship. The material is dated March 2018. Please contact an Attorney for your personal matters. For more information visit https://www.EstateLawCenter.com #EstatePlanning, #RevocableTrust, #IrrevocableTrust, #Will, #Intestate, #EstateAdministration, #RealProperty, #Virginia
Estate Planning with Katherine | Law Office | Succession Planning
Law Office of Katherine S. Charapich, Esq., PLLC | Attorney Katherine S. Charapich | Estate Planning with Katherine | Succession Planning for Small Business Owners in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Frequently Asked Questions #77. Why is Succession Planning so important for the Small Business Owner in the Commonwealth of Virginia? Visit www.Culpeper.com | Law Office | Attorney at Law Katherine S. Charapich, Esq., PLLC | #Wills, #Trusts, & #EstatePlanning in the Commonwealth of Virginia, USA | “Protecting the stewardship of your God-given assets" | #SuccessionPlan #SmallBusiness #Culpeper #Virginia