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Incapacity Planning
Estate Planning

When Should a Trust Be Reviewed?

Many people are under the impression that since they have a trust, they don’t need to do anything else. That’s not true. The trust you created years ago may not be appropriate for you now.

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Seniors Getting Estate Plans Completed More Quickly after COVID
Estate Planning

What are the Responsibilities of an Executor?

The relationship is a trustee relationship. In other words, the executor is responsible for properly processing the property for all involved. Administrators do much the same, except that the ‘will’ conditions for distribution are set by the state.

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Living Trusts
Estate Planning

Who Should I Name as Trustee?

You created your revocable living trust to hold your assets. You did so because of the probate avoidance and other benefits. You may have included sophisticated tax-planning provisions in your trust.

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Estate Planning
Estate Planning

Is Estate Planning Really That Important?

Over 50% of our adult population (120 million adults) neither have nor realize the significance of having an up-to-date estate plan to protect themselves and their family’s assets. Mountain Times’ recent article entitled “Do you need an estate plan?” explains that estate and gift planning is a process that can protect you and your family.…

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what shouldn’t be in a will
Estate Planning

What Estate Planning Does My Child Need at 18?

Picture this…your child is in the hospital, but the on-call doctor won’t talk to you let alone allow you to weigh in on medical decisions. While hospitalized, your child’s bills are going unpaid because you can’t access their accounts—potentially wreaking havoc on their financial credit. Why? Because they’re over the age of 18.

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