Estate Planning

Estate Planning

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How to Avoid Family Inheritance Disputes

How to plan your estate and keep the family peace
Family inheritance disputes can be a sad reality, and something many people hope to prevent with a well-thought-out estate plan. Some factors, like changes in family dynamics, are unpredictable. Others, like the financial burdens one child might take on when …

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Estate Planning + Your Digital Assets

How to account for and give access to digital assets, an increasingly important part of estate planning
You know how important it is to have a plan for your physical and monetary assets. You’ve probably already included them in your will and designated a power of attorney. As more and more …

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Estate Planning for Single Parents

What single parents need to know about estate plans to protect and provide for their families
No parent wants to think about not being there to raise their children, but preparing for the worst is the purpose of estate planning. Single parents especially need to have their finances in order, and …

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New Year’s Resolution: Creating An Estate Plan

Why creating an estate plan early in the New Year will make for a worry-free year
The beginning of a new year is rich with possibility. It’s a chance to start fresh, set new goals, and (hopefully) stick to resolutions. Estate planning, while not always fun to think about, is necessary, …

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10 Estate Planning Updates You Need To Make Before 2018

Refresh your estate plan to reflect any changes from the past year
A lot can happen over the course of the year personally, professionally, and financially. Before you know it, the New Year has begun and your estate plan is completely out of date. Don’t get caught tackling New Year’s resolutions …