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How Important Is a Health Care Power of Attorney?

It is your right to keep your health information private, but is that always what is in your best interests?
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How Do You Provide Financial Help for a Special Needs Child?

People with children who cannot support themselves need to think well past their own lifetime and figure out how to provide for children after they are gone.
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Factors to Consider when Picking Trustees, Executors and POAs

One of the biggest challenges that clients encounter during the process is deciding who to appoint as their trustees, powers of attorney, health care surrogates and executors.
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Estate Planning for Changing Economic Times

One goal of estate planning is to bring some certainty to a multitude of variables. Recent increases in inflation, interest rates and market volatility, however, are causing some experts to reassess their options.
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The Difference between Revocable and Irrevocable Trust

A trust is an estate planning tool that you may consider using if you want to go beyond drafting a last will and testament.
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Estate Planning Considerations for Minor Children

When preparing estate planning documents, certain beneficiaries may need more protection than others. One particular class of beneficiaries that needs to be intentionally considered is minor children.
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Top 10 Success Tips for Estate Planning

Estate planning is one of the most important steps you can take for yourself and your loved ones.
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Things You Need To Do After The Death of Your Spouse

In many marriages, one spouse manages the finances and the other manages the day-to-day household decisions and maintenance. But what if your spouse tragically, suddenly, passes away?
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The Most Important Part of an Estate Plan Is Planning for Living

Does a person need a Power of Attorney document if that person already has a Last Will and Testament (‘Will’)? It is a good question.
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Ask Mom if She has a Will or Estate Plan

My mother told me many times over the years that she had a will, and I believed her. When she passed away, we discovered that her will was 40 years old—and completely useless.
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