Do You Split Your Time Between Residences In Different States? You May Need To Adjust Your Estate Documents Accordingly


It isn't uncommon these days for retirees to keep more than one residence. A lot of Ohio and New Jersey residents, for example, turn into "snowbirds" that fly south for the winter and take up residence in their Florida condos until the weather gets warm. Having property in more than one state, however, can create some unique issues when it comes to estate planning. This is what you should know.

14 November 2016