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What Are the Advantages of Trusts?

What Are the Advantages of Trusts?

This is a question we hear often. Learn what type of trust suits your specific situation and whether you need one. For example, maybe you have a disabled child and you want a trust to permit that child to inherit…

Inheritance: The Importance of Your Personal Possessions

Inheritance: The Importance of Your Personal Possessions

Consider a scenario in which your estate plan is all set. Making sure your family gets your home, savings, and investments fair and efficiently will be the task of this service. Your plan will also protect your legacy from your…

How Are Advance Directives Used?

How Are Advance Directives Used?

A tear streams down Kevin's cheek as he stands in front of Winnie's nursing home room. The medical staff just finished inserting a feeding tube into Winnie – an act Kevin knew she didn’t want. Unfortunately, Winnie couldn’t express her…

Probate Litigation: How to Avoid It

Probate Litigation: How to Avoid It

Legal disputes about wills and trusts, guardianships, and conservatorships can also influence family real estate and the authenticity of gifts. The most successful approach to mitigating or avoiding probate litigation risk is carefully planning for the future. Comprehensive estate plans…

Heirs Can Receive Income From Charitable Trusts

Heirs Can Receive Income From Charitable Trusts

A charitable trust is an irrevocable trust that provides income to heirs while benefiting you or a charity. If you are philanthropically minded with nonessential assets like stocks or real estate, a charitable trust can offer many financial advantages for…

What You Need to Know About Powers of Attorney (POA)

What You Need to Know About Powers of Attorney (POA)

A Power of Attorney (POA) document is an essential part of your estate planning. All states recognize powers of attorney, but rules and requirements will differ from state to state. The document gives one or more individuals the legal authority…

Maximize Harmony Among Heirs by Structuring Your Estate Plan

Maximize Harmony Among Heirs by Structuring Your Estate Plan

Your children, including minors and adults, may not agree about your family circumstances, including who should inherit your estate. Relationships can change and intensify when you die, with underlying issues that bubble to the surface, creating tensions over your estate…

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