How Incapacitation Can Affect A Deal

How Incapacitation Can Affect A Deal

Simply put, a person is incapacitated when he/she is mentally or physically unable to make decision for himself/herself.  Virginia law defines incapacitation as: an adult who has been found by a court to … lack the capacity to (i) meet the essential requirements for his health, care, safety, or therapeutic needs without the assistance or […]

Who is Authorized to Sign Documents for a Real Estate Sale?

In another blog we discussed some of the common mistakes we see in real estate contracts. One of those is not listing the appropriate seller (or buyer) on a contract. In this blog we’ll discuss who actually should be listed on a contract, specifically, on the sale side. Every person / entity listed on the […]

4 Common Oversights in an Estate Plan

Hopefully, you have a customized estate plan for you and your family already established.  Whether it is a will, trust, or a beneficiary contract structure, there is no one right plan for every family.  Yet, regardless of the estate plan you have, there are some common oversights it is important to be aware of. DIY […]