by not golfing, holding rallies, generally grifting, attacking reporters, the media and medical experts. Not to mention tweeting.
Maybe you could find time to learn about multi tasking and paying attention to real problems.
You can't just go to help them especially i they live some distance away.
A friend's son is being tested today but he cannot go to help him.
If his son gets really sick he will not be able to comfort him easily if at all.
Imagine a loved one dying and being unable to be there for them.
And that would be secured with a fully paid off house. That is low risk for the bank / credit union.
We are thinking of taking out a loan to help our daughter and her partner pay off their house as both have no income right now after business closures due to the virus.
We won't take out a loan while the Fed is giving these banks money for no interest.
This crisis is going to take down many people who live paycheck to paycheck.
California Statutory Will California Probate Code, Section ...www.calbar.ca.gov
Wondering what are the odds all six of us could die? We two and three children, one grandchild (one deadbeat dad excluded).
Now thinking about relatives who live overseas.
Expect the worst.
Our estate would be fairly significant so having wills (for both of us) would seem
to be sufficient.
The great fear we keep hearing is the cost of probate and delays in that process.
A pound of compressed H has 200 times as much energy as a pound of batteries.
And recent breakthroughs in H production costs and speed make this even more feasible.
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