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A Married Couple? You Still Need a Power of Attorney

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Most people fall for the impression that your estate planning starts and ends with your will because it is one of the most important and basic estate planning tools. However, incapacity can occur anytime, whether you are involved in a car accident or suddenly develop an illness. If you are in a debilitated state for […]

Four Tips to Remember in The Process of Business Succession Planning

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Whether it’s a family owned business or a company that you have purchased, you need to be prepared for the process of succession planning shortly after you buy it. It might seem counter-intuitive to think so far into the future when you have only just obtained the company.  However, there are four critical steps that […]

Transamerica Study Shows Five Biggest Retirement Fears for Americans

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A recent study completed by Transamerica identified that even though retirement can be an exciting time, it is also one that provokes anxiety and fear among those reaching age 65 and beyond.  Many Americans are concerned that retirement will not live up to their expectations or that they won’t have enough assets set aside to […]

New Estate Tax and Gift Tax Thresholds Released for 2018

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Every year the IRS evaluates inflation information to determine whether or not the gift and estate tax thresholds need to be boosted. The estate tax refers to the amount of money a person can have in their estate without triggering federal estate taxes and the gift tax refers to the maximum amount of money you […]

009 Senior Moments

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On this episode we discuss problems with trusts.

Tips for Avoiding a Power of Attorney Dispute in The Estate Planning Stage

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Drafting a power of attorney is a process often engaged in by someone who wants to protect themselves and potentially their finances or health care decisions if they were to suddenly become incapacitated and unable to make them on their own. However, many power of attorney disputes can occur because someone may argue that you […]

Is My Will a Shield Against Probate?

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There are so many different myths out there surrounding the process of estate planning that it is often too late after someone realizes that a mistake has been made. You may have experienced a loved one who has passed away and left inadequate estate planning instructions. These can be catastrophic and extremely difficult emotionally for […]

Probate 101: What You Need to Know to Conduct Your Estate Planning

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Probate is the term for a legal procedure that is used to settle a decedent’s estate, when they have not taken the appropriate estate planning precautions. It is a process through which the court validates the will if one existed, appoints an administrator if there was no will, or grants authority to the executor if […]

Do You Need a Digital Executor?

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The concept of digital estate planning is becoming more popular in recent years because of the surge of online accounts and online assets that people possess. If your service provider does not have an online tool or if you want to guard against the potential misappropriation of such a tool, you might wish to establish […]

How A Death in The Family Can Generate Challenges for Your Loved Ones

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It is never easy to find yourself contemplating your own mortality. However, it can be made much easier by considering how failing to plan could actually cause problems for your loved ones. In the event that you pass away without having a plan clearly articulated for your loved ones, they may be faced with the […]

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