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Estate Planning Needs That You Must Remember

After some careful consideration, you may have found that estate planning is beneficial to you and your life, as well as the futures of the people that you love. You want your assets taken care of in the future, which is why an estate plan is necessary for everyone. Not only this, but they can… Continue reading →

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Estate Planning for Same-Sex Couples

Matthew T. McClintock, Vice President of Education at Wealth Counsel, has a lot to say about same-sex marriage and bullet-proofing estate planning. He advises that same-sex couples should start by finding an attorney who will help with them in regards to estate planning. He has stated on the issue, “Find someone with whom you have… Continue reading →

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My Father Passed Away Without Leaving a Will, Now What?

If you have a parent who passed away and did not leave a will, you probably don’t know where to start settling their estate. First of all, you should know that some assets are not distributed with a will, including: life insurance proceeds real estate, bank accounts, and other assets held in joint tenancy, tenancy… Continue reading →

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Planning your Elderly Parent’s Estate

Coping with the idea of a family member passing is an emotional process that we all must deal with at some point. It can also force us to think about estate planning for the future. Who needs a will? We all do – regardless of how many or how little assets we have. Helping your… Continue reading →

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