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Choosing a Power of Attorney, Executor and Trustee of Your Estate

Selecting a Power of Attorney, Trustee and or Executor of your estate can be one of the most important aspects of your Estate Plan. The person you select in one…
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Benefits of Executing Trusts

Trusts are popular estate planning tools that are extremely useful in the transfer of property upon death.  Trusts can also be useful for property management during the lifetime of the…
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Advanced Health Care Directives: What Are They and Why You Need One

Accidents happen every day and families are continuously faced with making tough medical decisions on behalf of their loved ones. Most often, clients seeking to prepare an Advanced Health Care…
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5 Tips on Making a Will

Determine if You Need A Will.  Most individuals and families will need some form of estate planning in place in the event of their demise. A Will is an estate…
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Elder Law 101 for Attorneys

Elder law attorneys provide advise and advocate for elders, their families and caregivers. Elder law attorneys have special knowledge in the practice areas and related disciplines of Estate Planning ( including special…
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The Probate Process Explained

As the Baby Boomers begin to age and make their transition, many do not have a Living or Revocable Trust, thus requiring the family of the deceased to initiate Probate…
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Why Should I Execute A Living Trust?

Living trusts have been a hot topic in estate planning in recent years- and for good reason.  Living trusts make the transition of death for family members a much easier…
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Estate Planning for Minors

Estate Planning for Minors is more important than some think.  When clients are preparing their estate plans, many have children below the age of 18, and desire to have their…