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Trusts and Wills: 6 Differences You Need To Know

Preparing an estate plan for managing and distributing your assets in the case of death is one of the most important steps you could take to protect and provide for loved ones.
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Another Reason Why You Need an Estate Planning Attorney

Property law can be complex and arcane, even for lawyers and judges. The rule against perpetuities is an example of how older property laws can influence how families transfer and inherit property rights.
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Protect Your Fur Family with a Pet Trust

With the largest spike in mortality in the United States in a century, following the onset of the pandemic, providing for one’s pets after death has become a growing topic of conversation for many animal lovers across the country.
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Problems Created When No Will Is Available

People who have had a serious case of COVID-19 are 66% more likely to engage in estate planning, and 32% of adults under 35 said they wrote a will because of the pandemic.
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Is a Living Will the Same as an Advance Directive?

Most people think of wills as written instructions for use after death. In contrast, living wills provide your instructions for continuing or halting life-sustaining healthcare while you’re alive.
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Why are Trusts a Good Idea?

Whether you are trying to protect your assets from possible creditors, prevent young heirs from spending their inheritance or minimize estate taxes, there is likely a trust for you.
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Do You Need a Power of Attorney?

When it comes to a power of attorney document, you don't seem to need it – until you suddenly, desperately do.
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How Can I Minimize My Probate Estate?

Estate planning is not just for the wealthy. Anyone with a bank account, house, car or other personal property should have a will.
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What Does a Blended Family Need to Know about Finances?

When combining finances as a new family, there’s lots to consider. To make the best choices, here are three key areas to plan ahead and consider.
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What are Alternatives to Guardianship?

We all want to protect vulnerable people from harm. However, taking away all their rights usually isn’t the place to start. Instead, there are several less severe options that could be the right way to go.
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