Should I put my house or bank accounts in my kids names?

This video about an important Asset Protection legal issue is provided by Dennis J. Toman, CELA, founder of the ElderLaw Firm in Greensboro, North Carolina – one of North Carolina’s TOP Elder Law and Estate Planning Law Firms.  Attorney Toman and his firm are Members of the National ElderCare Matters Alliance and have a Featured Listing on ElderCareMatters.com – America’s National Directory of Elder Care / Senior Care Resources for Families.

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Should I put my house or bank accounts in my kids names? was last modified: August 26th, 2020 by Dennis Toman