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Don’t Use Do-It-Yourself Estate Plans

Something we hear all the time: “Can’t I just grab a will off the internet, do a transfer-on-death deed for my land, put my kids on my bank account, and be done with my estate plan?”   It’s just not…

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Pandemics and Your Estate Plan

The World Health Organization (WHO) gave name to the disease-causing the 2019 novel coronavirus outbreak on February 11, 2020. The coronavirus disease 2019 shortly after became known by its abbreviation, CO for corona, VI for virus, D for disease, and…

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Legal Documents for Jim and Sandy (Part 2)

In our previous blog, we met Jim and Sandy. Now they are age 65 and reviewed their need for age-appropriate health care and decision-making documents.  We left off with the question, “How can Jim and Sandy take steps to prevent…

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Legal Documents for Jim and Sandy

Twenty years ago, when Jim and Sandy were 45 years old, they went on their first vacation without their kids.   They had no planning documents in place and had to scramble quickly to get a simple will and a power…

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Life Insurance Options

Recent events have made many of us think about our mortality and how to make sure our loved ones are taken care of especially if we die unexpectedly. Life insurance can be an affordable way to provide for our children,…

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Things to know about Estate Planning

Estate planning may sound like the something for the very wealthy, however, in the eyes of the law, an estate is simply the aggregate of property an individual owns, and most everyone owns something. Property ownership includes individual as well…

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Stuck in a Timeshare?

Way back when when Mom and Dad bought a timeshare in a holiday resort, the resort agent suggested that they sign a deed leaving the share to their children, so that when the parents passed, the kids could continue to…

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Legal planning Associated with Alzheimer’s disease

For the more than 5 million Americans who have Alzheimer's disease, there is currently no cure. Projections by the Alzheimer's Association (alz.org) are that by 2050 more than 14 million Americans will suffer from this disease. What can you do…

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Beneficiary Designations Pitfalls to be Aware of

Leaving your property to your heirs sounds simple enough. You make a will or a trust, you do a transfer-on-death deed for your real estate, you put your kids on your bank account, you designate beneficiaries for your life insurance…

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Things You Should Know About Disinheriting a Child

Most parents choose to treat their children equally when it comes to inheriting property or money. But sometimes, parents intentionally choose to not leave anything to a child, and the reasons for doing so may vary. One reason could be…

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