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What If Your Spouse Refuses Estate Planning?

I’m looking for guidance on where to start with planning, in case something happens to me or my husband.
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Do Young Adults Need a Will?

These days it’s easy to feel overwhelmed by many things such as politics, gas prices, the gyrating stock market, summer travel, heatwaves and your health. One thing that shouldn’t overwhelm you is estate planning.
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What Does a Will Do and Not Do?

Everyone needs a will. However, some people need more than that. To save on taxes and make for a smooth transition, they could really use a revocable trust, a family limited partnership or a gift trust.
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How Do I Contest a Will?

Wills often go through probate, which is the legal process for settling an estate. The rules are different for every state, so check with an attorney or your local county office to learn more.
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Avoid Mistakes in Beneficiary Designations

Here are five critical mistakes to avoid when dealing with your beneficiary designations.
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How to Plan in a Time of Uncertainty

Pandemics, inflation, rising interest rates, war in the Ukraine—uncertain times indeed! And yet, in the world of estate planning, almost every change in the zeitgeist offers its own suite of planning opportunities and applicable techniques.
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Who Should Be Your Executor?

An executor is the person whom you name to handle the settlement of your estate after you die, taking your estate through probate, a court-supervised process that winds up your affairs in the state where you were living at the time of your death.
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How Do I Create a Trust?

Trust funds are an important estate planning tool. They can protect your assets while you’re alive and help ensure that you leave money to your children or other loved ones after you die.
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Do You Want to Be an Executor?

Only you know your capacity and willingness to serve, or the degree of need expressed by the person asking you. However, it should help to know first that if you do decide to accept, there can be help out there and second there are standard procedures and practices you can follow.
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Should I Update My Estate Plan?

Your estate plan should certainly be revised, if you have gotten married or divorced.
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