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Revisiting Your Estate in the Wake of a Divorce

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Going through a divorce is difficult and it shakes up your family structure and even your day-to-day life in a big way. There are also so many legal issues that have to be handled to dissolve the marriage and allow you to move on with your own life, such as moving into a new place […]

Is Trust Administration Different from Probate?

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When planning ahead for the future of your estate, trust administration and probate administration are not one and the same. There are some key differences between administering a trust estate and administering an estate inside probate.  The most important difference, for example, is that trust administration is private. For trust administration to begin, a notice […]

What Is a Psychiatric Advanced Directive?

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Much like a health care power of attorney or a medical advanced directive, a psychiatric advanced directive is a legal document that is completed to provide instructions regarding the services or treatment that a person wants to have or wants to refuse to have during a mental health crisis.  These choices could significantly influence the […]

A Post-65 Estate Planning Primer

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Estate planning is not just for the elderly. It’s not even just for those who see retirement on the horizon. Estate planning makes sense for people of all ages, but it does become especially important the closer you get to age 65.  There are several important things you should be thinking about as you approach […]

New Study Holds Promise for Seniors in Long Term Care

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A recent research study from Simon Fraser University has important implications for one of the most common injuries that happen inside nursing homes: falls. Slip and fall injuries can be catastrophic for the elderly and are some of the most commonly reported injuries that happen in nursing homes across the country.  Falls in fact cause […]

What 0.6% Interest Rates Mean for Your Estate Planning

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 When interest rates adjust, you need to have in the back of your mind that it might be time to sit down and look at your retirement accounts and also your estate plans. As circumstances in the market and broader world are updated and adapt, you need to ensure your plan is in line with […]

Update Your Planning If a Divorce Is on the Horizon

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Have you recently filed for divorce or are you in the midst of the proceedings to legally end your marriage? It’s easy to feel like there are plenty of details to think about, but chief among them should be what happens to your existing estate plans. During the divorce is a good time to evaluate […]

Have You Discovered Gaps in Your Financial Plans?

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If you’ve done any financial planning at all, it’s common to feel like it’s a bit overwhelming to keep track of all the things you need to do or feel like you should be doing. But don’t let that keep you from taking these important steps to protect your interests and even your family in […]

Tips for Preventing Sibling Arguments Over Your Estate Plan

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The last thing you want is for your loved ones to end up in court battling over the terms of your estate. In addition to piling on unnecessary stress and conflict during this period, issues like this can reduce the overall value of your estate, too.  You’ve thought carefully about your estate plan and what […]

What’s the Appeal of Using a Trust?

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A YouGov study found that over three quarters of Americans recognize that estate planning is essential but only 40% of people within the country do have a plan in place. A trust is one of the easiest ways to add some more control and protection into your estate plan, but it’s often overlooked because people […]

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