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Taking Care of Your Estate as Your Family Grows

Most young parents do not think about dying or becoming seriously ill or injured. As unlikely as such a serious event is when we are young, it is a possibility. This is why we pay for medical insurance, disability insurance,…

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An Overview of Power of Attorney Appointments

As a precautionary measure, you should make provisions in case you become incapacitated and require someone to manage your affairs when you become incapacitated. These legal documents can grant broad authority to one or more power of attorney agents to…

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Probate: Understanding the Process

During probate court, a person's will is validated and the executor is responsible for handling the decedent's assets, debts, and final tax filings legally and according to the decedent's wishes. To begin probate, a personal representative or executor must file…

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What You Need to Know About Gun Trusts

In the United States, gun trusts are legal tools that enable individuals to own firearms in a legally compliant way and, at the same time, allow them to share access to firearms with others. This approach is beneficial for those…

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How Estate Planning Differs From Elder Law

During the process of planning your future, both financially and medically, you may wonder what the difference between estate planning and elder law is. Estate planning and elder law also have some similarities. Even though these two types of law…

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Health Care Estate Planning Documents: An Overview

Estate planning is most commonly associated with wills, trusts, and passing assets to the next generation. However, there is another part of estate planning that doesn’t get as much attention. It concerns advance health care planning. Have you thought about…

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How Does Estate Administration Work?

The estate administration process involves managing a deceased person's assets and distributing them to their beneficiaries. This process typically includes identifying and inventorying the decedent’s assets, paying debts and taxes, and distributing any remaining assets to the beneficiaries named in…

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What a Divorce Means for Estate Planning

It can be difficult to go through a divorce. The process is emotionally and mentally draining. There are many factors to consider that may also change over time. For younger couples, children are likely a top concern. For older couples,…

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