A "Vested" interest means having an immediate interest in a piece of property or asset that a third party cannot take away. You can have a vested interest in something without yet having it and you can leave that vested interest to someone else in your will or even sell your interest.
What does "vesting" mean?
About Swier Law Firm's Estate Planning & Probate Practice Group
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- Estate Planning: Wills & Living Trusts
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- Powers of Attorney & Living Wills
- IRA & Retirement Planning
- Asset Protection & Business Planning
- Special Needs Planning
- Trust Administration & Probate
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