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Can key real estate issues create a legal love triangle? Real estate law isn’t cold and heartless, but your relationship status sometimes does matter. DEAR DAVE: My credit history is great, but my fiancee’s credit is bad. I have been told that when we marry, our credit histories will be merged, and that I will “inherit” her bad score and become liable for the roughly $60,000 she owes on credit cards and student loans. Is this true? ANSWER: No, it’s not true. But while getting married won’t cause your sterling record to be combined with your future wife’s, it does not mean that her poor credit won’t affect the ability of the two of you to get a mortgage or other type of credit in the future. Each of you always will have separate credit histories, even after the marriage. But, if the two of you jointly apply for a post-wedding home loan or other type of credit, the lender will consider both of your histories when deciding whether to approve or reject the application. That means that her

tial agreement? ANSWER: You aren’t legally required to put your bride’s name on the title to your longtime home. Doing so will automatically give her a half-interest in the property, but DAVID MYERS no legal responsibilsion about your reblemished record ity to help make the spective credit, bills, monthly payments could require the income and future two of you to pay a unless her name higher interest rate goals. is also added to An honest conver- the bank’s original or larger fees. sation today may be mortgage contract You may be able uncomfortable but to avoid such highor if you refinance could go a long way the loan together. er charges if you toward ensuring personally make Nonetheless, marital bliss later. enough money to you probably don’t ••• qualify for a loan need a “prenuptial REAL ESTATE by yourself, because agreement” – legal TRIVIA: A record only your excellent jargon for a contract 38% of homeowners that’s signed becredit score would be considered by the in 2018 were single, fore the wedding to according to the bank. If you apply spell out how assets latest statistics com- would be divided if for a mortgage in your name only and piled by the U.S. the marriage ends Census Bureau, are approved, you in divorce. Most could then add your in part because attorneys say that millions of unwed new wife’s name to prenups are needthe title to the home people are “teaming ed only for those up” to buy a house after the sale closwho are marrying instead of paying es – although you someone with much sky-high rents for alone would legally less money or with separate apartremain responsible much more debt, or for making the pay- ments. for people who are ••• ments even though financially responsiDEAR DAVE: your spouse would ble for children from I live in a small own half of the a previous relationhome that I purhouse. ship. chased as a bachSeveral studies People who are have found that var- elor several years involved in a famiious financial issues, ago, but now I am ly-owned business planning to marry also sometimes including credit in June. Will it problems, are the sign a prenuptial most common sourc- be necessary to agreement to reduce es of discord among put my new wife’s the chance that a married couples. So, name on the title divorce may jeoparto my home? sit down with your dize an enterprise Should I ask her fiancee now and that may have have a frank discus- to sign a prenupbeen in the bride or

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groom’s family for decades. Discuss your concerns with an attorney. ••• DEAR DAVE: My husband and I are getting divorced and have agreed on everything except what we will do with our house. I want to sell it, but he wants to rent it to tenants. Would it be possible to have the divorce finalized now and then deal with the house later? A: Yes, you can probably get the divorce completed now and figure out what to do with the home later. That’s because most states have a legal process called “bifurcation,” which allows a divorce to be finalized even if a couple’s real estate or other issues haven’t been resolved. Yet, bifurcating a divorce can cause a lot more problems than it solves -- especially when a longtime home is involved. Who would make the monthly mortgage payments while the financial details of the divorce continue to be negotiated? If the home is rented out, who will be responsible for finding a good tenant and how would the monthly

rental income be divided? And God forbid, what would happen if one dies after the divorce is granted but financial details of the split-up haven’t been worked out? The issue could take years in court to resolve. Your letter states that the two of you have already conquered most of the financial issues arising from the divorce, so you should probably avoid the bifur-

cation process and instead redouble your efforts to reach an amicable solution for the use or sale of your longtime home. Selling the house and dividing the profits would be the easiest option. If you remain at loggerheads, you can file a “partition” lawsuit that would ask a judge to order that the property be sold immediately, and the profits divided. – Cowles Syndicate

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across our region. If you have a high value lawn and are anxious to see how it fared, as soon as the snow melts, you can dig a small chunk up and bring It inside

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Our region really has only one standard of comparison for our current cold snap, the record breaker of 2011. Based on that event plus some solid scientific information on plant physiology, here are some things we might expect as our landscape comes out of this winter: The snow cover is beneficial, serving as a ground insulator and preventing even greater damage than if had we not had it. Small victories! Many perennial plants may survive but be very slow to come out of dormancy. When it comes to spring garden cleanup, hold off on removing something you assume has died as it may just need a few extra weeks to perk up. This includes everything from bermudagrass to herbaceous perennials to shrubs and trees. The plants that do survive may very well need some extra pruning to eliminate the dead branches (or in some cases the entire branch canopy), another reason to delay spring garden cleanup. Perhaps our most common landscape plants where this

may come into play will be the crapemrytles and holly families. We would not be surprised to see most of them die back to the ground with only the crown of the plant surviving. Broadleaf evergreens like southern magnolia, nandina, hollies, etc. may drop many of their leaves. Any that remain on the plant may also look dead. You can verify that the plant is still alive be gently scraping off the outer bark to expose the cambium layer. If it has any hint of green tint to it, the plant is still alive. Unfortunately, trees that were damaged in the ice storm may see additional damage as the ragged breaks and tears in the wood may have made them more susceptible to cold kill than we would normally expect. We don’t know for sure yet but we could very well see some significant winter kill on our bermudagrass lawns. Once again, snow cover is our friend here, but since it had already gotten cold before some of you received significant snow, this many vary


to take on this role, be clear on what’s involved. YOU COULD Being asked to BE DOING IT be an executor is an honor you might FOR MANY MONTHS want to pass up. The time involved Settling an estate in settling an estate typically involves varies enormously. tracking down and A small estate with appraising assets, few debts might be paying bills and distributed within creditors, filing six to 12 months. final tax returns It may take years and distributing to finalize a large whatever’s left estate with contento the heirs. At tious heirs, lots of best, the process is creditors or assets time-consuming. that are difficult At worst, it takes to value, such as a hundreds of hours, exposes you to law- business or rare collectibles. suits and thrusts A survey by Esyou into the middle tateExec, an online of family fights. tool for executors, Robert Braglia found the typical of New York, a estate took about certified financial 16 months to settle planner, was exand required 570 ecutor of an estate hours of effort. The where the woman largest estates, disowned three of worth $5 million her four children and left most of her or more, took 42 months and 1,167 money to just one of her many grand- hours to complete. That doesn’t children. That could necessarily mean have caused an the executor has to uproar even if the put in that many family got along, which it didn’t: Two hours, says CFP of the woman’s chil- Russ Weiss of Doylestown, Penndren were fighting sylvania. An execuover the woman’s ashes before she ac- tor can use some of the estate’s funds tually died. to hire an attorney “Even without and other help that conflicts – which could be more effithere always are – cient than trying to it is an enormous figure everything job,” Braglia says. out on their own. Before you agree

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Why you shouldn’t want to be an executor “If you have other professionals involved – an attorney, a CPA, an investment person or wealth advisor – they’re doing most of the heavy lifting,” Weiss says. “Executors are like the quarterback in the administration of the estate.” Executors may also collect a fee, with the amount depending on state law or what’s specified in the estate documents. YOU MIGHT HAVE A TOUGH TIME FINDING ASSETS Even with help, executors should expect to spend many hours finding documents, inventorying assets and debts, arranging appraisals, communicating with financial institutions and government agencies, managing property and keeping careful records. If the estate includes a home, the house may have to be emptied of possessions and readied for sale. The less organized the estate, the more time it may take to track down assets. EstateExec CEO Dan Stickel said his father, who died at 69, rented

multiple storage sheds without telling his children where they were. Finding the various backyard sheds was challenging enough, but then they had to sort through the dusty contents. Those included piles of newspapers, battered furniture and several bars of silver bullion hidden under a dirty tarp. Even then, they missed something. The auction company Stickel hired to dispose of the rest of the sheds’ contents found a box containing $30,000 in savings bonds. Fortunately, the company returned the bonds to the family. YOU COULD BE SUED Executors have a fiduciary duty to the beneficiaries, which means the executor is required to put the beneficiaries’ interests first. People are typically advised to choose executors who are responsible, honest, diligent and impartial. “It’s an honor. If somebody asks you, it’s to say, ‘I trust you, and I trust you implicitly that you will handle my affairs in a way that’s

fair,’” Weiss says. But the fiduciary duty comes with potential legal and financial consequences. Executors can be held personally responsible for mistakes and other problems. For example, one child may remove items from a parent’s home that are bequeathed to another child. The heir whose items were taken could sue the executor for failing to secure the home. Executors also may have to make judgment calls, such as whether to spend the estate’s money to fix up a house for sale and if so, how much. Unhappy heirs can sue over those decisions, as well.

Given everything that can go wrong and the time commitment, people should think carefully about whether they really want the job before agreeing to be an executor, says CFP Kate Gregory of Huntington Beach, California, who has settled both her mother’s and her husband’s estates. Gregory says she would agree to serve again only if a family member asked, and only if there wasn’t likely to be a lot of conflict among the beneficiaries. Even then, she would want to see the will or trust documents to ensure there aren’t any unpleasant surprises that could

cause discord. She also would insist that the documents name alternates in case she can’t or won’t serve. No one can be forced to be an executor, but Gregory says she would feel better about saying “yes” if she knew there was a plan should she later say “no.” “I want to make sure that I could resign,” she says. This column was provided to The Associated Press by the personal finance website NerdWallet. Liz Weston is a columnist at NerdWallet, a certified financial planner and author of “Your Credit Score.” Email: lweston@ nerdwallet.com. Twitter: @lizweston.

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Turn your quarantine clutter into money says. Other options? Give things away to family and friends. Donate to a local charity. And throw away items that have absolutely no use. TOO MANY TEMPTATIONS? SCALE BACK Once you’ve sold and donated what you can, fight the urge to impulse shop again. Keeping up your current habits could get you right back to where you started. One way to avoid that? Save first and buy later. This approach is the exact opposite of putting something on a credit card and paying it off after the fact, says Pam Horack, a certified financial planner and the owner of Pathfinder Planning LLC, based in Lake Wylie, South Carolina. Save money and wait to place an order until you can afford it in full. Horack says her family has a designated clothing account. When someone needs a new pair of shoes, the money comes from what they’ve set aside. You can do the same with a general spending account.

“If you don’t have money in that account, then you can’t buy it,” Horack says. “That needs to be your rule.” There are also ways to stay busy without spending much, if any, money. Here are some of Horack’s ideas: Redecorate your house by moving around your furniture. Spend time outdoors. Finish up projects around the house. You’ll spend less and accumulate less stuff. TOO EXPENSIVE? BUY USED But you can’t stop

shopping altogether. For things you absolutely need, consider buying on the same websites you used to make extra money. When you list products, you won’t sell them for as much as you originally paid for them. That means you can purchase things at a significant discount, too. Consumers have been buying and selling used during the pandemic, according to Sara Beane, media relations specialist at technology marketplace Swappa.

“Everybody is kind of strapped during this unprecedented time,” Beane says. For example, the site saw a rush on laptops around backto-school season. Search used marketplaces by model and condition of the item. You’ll find many price points to fit your budget. But before you hit the “buy” button, do some organizing, Wolf says. “If you have so much stuff that you can’t see what you have, then you’re going to buy more than you need.”

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photos in natural sunlight, preferably near a window. Get multiple angles. PRICE Consider what someone might pay for the item, then price it slightly lower to make it move. You can also check listings posted by other users to determine the going rate. PARTICULARS. Spell out everything in the description, including the brand and any imperfections. A more detailed listing means less back and forth with potential buyers. As the saying goes, “Time is money,” Wolf says. TOO MUCH WORK? CONSIGN Depending on which site you use, you’ll have to write listings, package your items and send them either directly to the buyer or to the platform you used to make the sale. In some cases, you can deliver in person. To save time and effort, take your stuff to a local consignment store instead. You’ll likely make less, but the store does the selling for you. Expect to pocket half of the selling price, Wolf

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By Courtney Jespersen Wolf, co-host of the NerdWallet “Today’s Homeowner” TV show and I placed more host of the “Checkonline orders than ing In With Chelsea” I can count in 2020. web series, says she And I justified all of made over $1,000 them. selling things onMy front porch line during the last was filled with boxes six months of 2020 containing all sorts through Facebook of things: furniture Marketplace, an (I needed to redecooutlet for buying and rate), paper towels selling locally. (I needed to stock You can, too. Look up), crafts (I needed online for this or activities), board another marketgames (more activiplace that suits your ties) and a treadmill needs. For example, (I needed exercise). Facebook MarketBut if I’m being place caters to local honest, I bought a transactions, while little too much. other sites focus on Take a look product categories around your place. like tech or apparel. If your quarantine Read the directions habits were even a to see how the site tiny bit like mine, works and check for you could turn that customer reviews or clutter into money. a Better Business Here’s how. Bureau accreditation TOO MUCH before committing. STUFF? SELL IT Make an account, Perhaps you purthen get to work. chased more than You can sell you ended up using, almost anything like board games online – technology, or video games. Or furniture, clothing, maybe you bought video games and new products to toys, to name a few. replace old items Here are Wolf’s and were left with a keys to making drawer of discarded things sell: technology. PRESENTAWhatever the TION. case, you have more “You want the than you need. And item you’re selling there are lots of plac- to be the focal point es to sell your stuff of your photo,” Wolf online. says. Clean it first, Chelsea Lipford then take flattering


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