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Estate Planning for Blended Families

Blended families can struggle with inheritance issues and inequitable distribution of assets, and it can cause lengthy and expensive court battles on both a dollar and family unity scale. The fact that you cannot legislate from the grave does not…

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As The Sandwich Generation Grows, Here’s How to Plan

People struggling to care for aging parents and children simultaneously are part of the sandwich generation. Even though the phrase refers to generations, it has nothing to do with people born at a particular time. In most cases, these "sandwich"…

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Incorporating Cryptocurrency into Your Estate Plan

When it comes to digital assets, traditional estate planning elements are mostly obsolete. In the form of cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and non-currency blockchain tokens, crypto assets may comprise a significant individual wealth. Your estate plan must address the complex challenges…

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Mistakes To Avoid When Estate Planning

Having the right professional team to create your estate plan can provide you with the best advice and legal documentation to protect your legacy for future generations. Along with an estate planning attorney, who specializes in elder law, you may…

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Managing Your Estate as an Entrepreneur

Entrepreneurs share common characteristics: motivation, creativity, persuasiveness, risk tolerance, versatility, vision, innovation, communication, and collaboration, flexibility, and decisiveness. Entrepreneurs take most of the risks associated with creating new businesses and reap most of the rewards if they are successful. Often,…

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How To Prepare Care For Aging Parents

Providing care for an aging parent involves unique circumstances, but one truism stands out: preparation is the key to success. Whether you require basic information about elder care resources and services, are seeking a local service provider, or are concerned…

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Why You Need A Real Estate Attorney

Whether you are a first-time or seasoned home buyer or entering a renter or leasing agreement as a tenant, a landlord of commercial or residential property, you can make your real estate investment contractually sound with the help of a…

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How To Contest a Will

When planning for growing old, one way we can be sure what happens to our property is laying out a will and appointing an executor. The executor will delegate who will receive the property and will oversee settling the estate.…

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Is The Pandemic Covered in Your Estate Plan?

With the pandemic weighing heavy on most of our minds, it’s hard to plan for the future. Especially when it comes to Estate Planning. On February 11, 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) gave name to the disease-causing the 2019…

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