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12.23.20
While most estate planning tends to focus on a person’s property, a comprehensive plan will include planning if you become disabled or incapacitated as a result of an accident, injury, disease or illness. Good incapacity planning will include the following “tools”: Revocable Living Trust. While this type of trust will hold your assets, a properly...
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11.02.20
If something happens to you, what will happen to your child? While this is painful to think about, every parent needs to consider this and to have a guardian appointed in advance in the event of a parent’s death or disability. This type of planning is an act of love, a sign of responsibility and...
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08.29.20
Although charitable giving is not the first thing that comes to mind when people begin their estate planning, most people do want to use their money to help change the world.
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04.29.20
Writing a will is not a pleasant task for most people, but it is one of the most critical things you can do for your family.
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04.18.20
It used to be that when someone died, there was a basic plan to settle their estate: clean out the house, go through all the papers, and file a tax return at the end of the year.  Times have changed.
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