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Does ‘Gray Divorce’ Fit into Estate Planning?

“Gray divorce” — the unfortunately named term for divorce after age 50 — is increasing among baby boomers.
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Is Bitcoin Part of an Estate?

Have you thought about what will happen to your bitcoin when you die? For many of us, the thought has at least crossed our mind.
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Can You Inherit a House with a Mortgage?

Dealing with the loss of a loved one is never easy. When inheritances, homes, estates and mortgages are involved, tensions can run high within a family. It is easy to get lost in the paperwork and terms.
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How to Know If a Last Will Is Invalid

When considering whether to contest a decedent’s Last Will and Testament, an individual should consider whether red flags might be present which may point to a successful basis to challenge a disputed Will.
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Can I Protect My Inheritance from Divorce?

Your dad bequeathed you a generous sum of money on his passing. Those gifted and inherited assets, in many instances, will be considered ‘separate property,’ not marital property. That might mean that they might not be subject to division, if you divorce. However, perhaps you want to backstop that hoped for result to make the protection more likely to stick if your marriage doesn’t work out.
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Family Communication: An Essential Component of Estate Planning

For most families, the estate planning process is more involved than simply naming beneficiaries. While the primary goal of estate planning is transferring assets in an orderly and tax-efficient manner, it’s just as important to focus on preserving wealth across generations.
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Pet Trusts: Ensuring your Pets' Future

While it’s never fun or pleasant to think about what will happen to them if the worst should happen to us, it’s very important to consider how we can ensure that they are well cared-for when and if we are no longer able to care for them ourselves.
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Is Succession Planning Necessary for Family Business Entities?

While 88% of business owners believe their family will control their business in five years, statistics from Family Business Institute show that only 33% of businesses survive to transfer to the next generation, and only 10-15% continue to the third generation.
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Can a Vacation Home Be Kept in the Family for Generations?

These vacation homes may also comprise a significant portion of the family’s wealth. Therefore, it’s understandable that homeowners want to pass their properties and family traditions to future generations.
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Does an Elder Orphan Need an Estate Plan?

This is big concern for millions of older Americans who don’t have a spouse, children or other family they can depend on to watch out for their well-being.
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