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The Difference between a Living Will and Living Trust First of all, it should be understood that a living trust is not the same as living will. These are two different instruments and should not be confused with one another. A living trust is a legal document that ensures that a ... Read More
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May2013

Estate Planning Basics

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Estate Planning Basics: The Will Estate Planning includes organizing properties and not just putting them in a simple Will. It also lessens the taxes and fees that may possibly be charged to these properties. Estate Planning also includes contingency preparation to ensure that one’s wishes regarding health care and medications will ... Read More
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May2013
Many people will go out of their way to avoid talking about illness, death, and money where their aging parents are concerned and do not take care of Elderly Estate Planning. The reality is we all get older and eventually need help from others. The more prepared you are today, ... Read More
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May2013
If you are getting a divorce from your spouse, you have a lot of Divorce Estate Planning to do. You will need to name your own beneficiaries, organize your divided assets, and set up your individual estate. It is important that you meet with a qualified attorney to discuss the specifics of ... Read More
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May2013
Even though planning your estate is not the most enjoyable job, it is necessary to avoid any estate planning mistakes so that you can efficiently and successfully transfer all of your assets to those you leave behind. With a bit of careful planning, your heirs can avoid having to pay estate ... Read More
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May2013

Living Trust Scams

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What is a Living Trust? As you know, a living trust is a legal arrangement where a person, called the "grantor," "trustor," or "settlor," places his assets into a trust during his lifetime. The trust is administered by a "trustee" for the benefit of the trust's beneficiaries. The grantor may be ... Read More
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