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Estate Planning for Second Marriages

Posted on: May 20th, 2015
But second marriages (after divorce or death of the first spouse) are different. There may be his children, her children and sometimes their children. Each spouse probably has assets they brought into this marriage, and they will want those to go to their own children after they die. At the same time, they will probably want to make sure the surviving spouse will have enough to live on....

Does Your Estate Plan Protect Your Adult Beneficiaries?

Posted on: April 7th, 2015
In this day and age of frivolous lawsuits and high divorce rates, inheritance trusts need to be considered for all of your beneficiaries, minors and adults alike....

Where Did They All Go?

Posted on: October 15th, 2012
The whole point of estate planning is to leave your children and spouse in as strong a position as possible in case you die. But that doesn't mean that those without a spouse or children need not bother. On the contrary, settling all of your personal matters will prove to be quite burdensome for whatever friend or relative takes on the task. You may be around another 50 years, or you may be gone tomorrow, so you may as well set up a plan right now. As the Beatles once sang "Tomorrow Never Knows."...

Remove All Doubt

Posted on: September 26th, 2012
Doubt is a trouble-maker for those who are left behind by your passing. You are encouraged to reduce or eliminate the room for doubt. I found the below article to be loaded with helpful suggestions for making things clear. ...

Estate Planning Tips That Prevent Family Feuds

Posted on: September 5th, 2012
“Family Feud” is a television show, but they often happen in real life after the passing of a loved one....

Contemplating Your Own Mortality or Incapacity

Posted on: August 17th, 2012
Contemplating your own mortality or incapacity, as estate planning requires you to do, is off-putting under the best of circumstances. And estate planning is often put off to avoid the reality that life is not endless. ...
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