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Are You Clear About How Your Parents Estate Plan Will Impact You?

Are You Clear About How Your Parents Estate Plan Will Impact You?

Do you know if your parents have an estate plan? If so, is it up to date? It doesn’t matter if your parents are rich or poor, especially in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, you should be asking them these questions and others. Unfortunately, none of us will live...

How To Talk To Your Parents and Get Them To Stay Home

How To Talk To Your Parents and Get Them To Stay Home

Our parents have been through a lot. Until recently, they would have probably said they’ve seen the worst, World War II, Vietnam, nuclear threats, stock market crashes, depressions, or all of the above. However, what we are going through now with the COVID-19 pandemic...

When Something is NOT Better Than Nothing—Part 2

When Something is NOT Better Than Nothing—Part 2

Last week, we shared the first part of this series discussing the hidden dangers of do-it-yourself estate planning. In part two, we cover one of the greatest risks posed by DIY documents. You might think you can save time and money by using do-it-yourself estate...

When Something is NOT Better Than Nothing—Part 1

When Something is NOT Better Than Nothing—Part 1

Go online, and you’ll find tons of websites offering do-it-yourself estate planning documents. Such forms are typically quite inexpensive. Simple wills, for example, are often priced under $50, and you can complete and print them out in a matter of minutes.In our...

7 Events That Necessitate a Review of Your Estate Plan

7 Events That Necessitate a Review of Your Estate Plan

Even if you put a totally solid estate plan in place, it can end up proving worthless if it’s not properly updated. Estate planning is not a one-and-done type of deal: It should continuously evolve along with your life circumstances.No matter who you are, your life...

What a Will Won’t Do

What a Will Won’t Do

There are a number of essential things a last will and testament can do for you, such as distribute family heirlooms and name a guardian for minor children, but there are some equally important things a will won’t do: Provide long-term care – if you want to provide...

Estate Planning for the Blended Family

Estate Planning for the Blended Family

Balancing the needs of a multi-generational blended family with your own wishes can be a complicated task, especially when it comes to estate planning. With a majority of Americans not only marrying once, but twice, three or even four times during their lives, it is a...

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