Month: September 2020

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Dangers of Using Generic Estate Planning Tools

We have all seen the ads online for free or inexpensive estate planning. It may be tempting to visit a website, answer a few questions, and get back a will or maybe even a trust created by a drag-and-drop template. It is certainly convenient, but are these cheap tools effective? In this blog post, we will look at some of the problems that can pop up with DIY estate planning.

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Minimum Estate Planning After Having Kids

You have decked out the nursery, filled the drawers with tiny clothes, and installed a car seat. Now it is time to consider one of the most critical things on your “to-do” list after having kids – estate planning. While no one likes to think about the bad things that can happen in life, it is imperative to plan for them once you have children. Here are some of the minimum estate planning issues...

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Biggest Estate Planning Stories of 2020

The lives of the rich and famous may not seem very relatable, but we can learn valuable lessons about planning from their mistakes. In this blog, we’ll take a look at the biggest estate planning stories of the year so far and what we can learn from them.

Fred Trump and the NDA

Has anyone missed the news about the new book by Mary Trump, President Trump’s niece? Simon and Schuster mar...

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Ensuring Your Legacy Through Estate Planning

No one enjoys thinking about what will happen when they die, but estate planning can avoid many complications for your family. More importantly, you can make your wishes known for the end of your life and ensure your legacy is solidified. While the primary purpose of estate planning is to ensure you and your family are taken care of, you do not have to limit your plans to only financial matters...

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