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What Should I Know about Estate Planning before ‘I Do’?

The thought of weddings and romance, honeymoons, guest lists, where to register, etc., leaves little room for estate planning. This article will provide five estate planning tips for newlyweds.
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Is Your Incapacity Plan in Place?

You may lose the ability to manage your own affairs as you grow older. Therefore, it’s necessary to have an incapacity plan in place.
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Senior Second Marriages and Estate Planning

More Americans are now getting married over the age of 65 than ever before. Even though this may be a second or third marriage for many, caregivers should nevertheless be aware of certain aspects that shouldn’t be ignored amidst all the wedding plans and celebrations.
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What about House Contents when Someone Dies?

It is quite a tragedy when a loved one passes away. You may want to remember them by keeping sentimental objects from their home, or perhaps they wanted you to inherit a specific item.
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How Does My Inherited IRA Fit into Estate Planning?

Most people don’t know the first thing about the Secure Act and yet it has great impact on their retirement planning.
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Can a Family Limited Liability Company Reduce Estate Taxes?

These vehicles let a family manage multiple interests, preserve parental control and protect assets from claims of creditors and divorcing spouses, among other benefits.
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Why Have a Joint Revocable Trust?

Establishing a joint revocable trust can be an ideal estate planning tool for the benefit of your children, grandchildren and beyond.
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What Should I Leave Out of My Will?

Unfortunately, there are several common missteps people make in their estate planning that can lead to unwanted results. Read on to discover the two things you should never include in your will, as well as what to substitute instead.
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Does Power of Attorney Perform the Same Way in Every State?

The law sometimes appears to contradict itself. Specifically, the words ‘anything and everything’ do not always legally mean ‘anything and everything’.
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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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