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Important Planning Topics for Seniors and Loved Ones (Video)
Posted on: April 18th, 2016
If you are interested in gaining valuable insight about estate planning, cognitive decline, and other related topics, this is an opportunity to learn from Merrell Bailey's experiences and hands-on knowledge with seniors and families in Central Florida....
Royal Baby: Choosing a Guardian (Video)
Posted on: June 27th, 2013
The Royal Family has a baby on the way! Who will William and Kate choose to be guardian of their child? Will it be Las Vegas' favorite, Prince Harry? Will it be Kate's family, the commoners?...
Steps to Take After Someone Dies (Video)
Posted on: June 14th, 2013
What happens after the funeral is over? How do you handle your loved one's affairs after they're gone?...
Downton Abbey: How to Declare Someone Dead With No Body (Video)
Posted on: April 30th, 2013
What would you do if your loved one disappeared and there is no proof of death? How would you handle the estate?...
Downton Abbey: What to do if a Houseguest Dies in Your Bed (Video)
Posted on: April 26th, 2013
Kemal Pamuk was a houseguest at Downton Abbey and had the poor manners to die! What would you do if a houseguest died in your home in the middle of the night in your bed? Learn fun facts of law using Downton Abbey as the example....
Downton Abbey is an Estate Planning Dream (Video)
Posted on: January 8th, 2013
Downton Abbey is an entire estate planning course wrapped in fun! Why can't Lady Mary Crawley inherit Downton Abbey from her father, the Earl of Grantham? How in the world did Matthew Crawley, the Earl of Grantham's third cousin once removed, end up being the person to inherit Cora Crawley's money? How would you get James and Patrick Crawley declared dead if they went down with the Titanic and their bodies never found? What would really happen if Kemal Pamuk died in your bed? Learn about fun issues of law using Downton Abbey as the example....