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Estate Planning

What expenses can special needs trusts cover?

Certain disabilities can make it virtually impossible to learn to read. Still, because reading is a necessary competency for many jobs, not being able to read can make it virtually impossible to secure employment. Indeed, according to reporting from PBS, about 36...

Should you use an LLC or trust to pass on your estate?

Limited liability companies are trusts that protect assets and ensure that an estate ends up in the hands of the intended beneficiaries. Both are valuable options, but each has unique advantages that work in different situations. According to SmartAsset Advisors, an...

Homebuyers and estate planning

Though the seller's market has died down recently due to inflation and the economic turmoil currently faced by many, a number of people are still setting out to make their first home purchases. Thus, it is crucial for this new wave of home-owners to know how to keep...

What does a power of attorney do?

Getting a plan in place for your continued care should take priority as you age. Since your children are now adults, you no longer have to focus on them and should instead turn your attention to yourself. An estate plan should include a few documents that address your...

Are you dealing with a manipulative executor?

An executor holds a position of high esteem and power in any estate plan. For most people, their executor remains a stalwart figure they can trust through thick and thin, depend on, and rely on to carry out their wishes no matter what. But unfortunately, some...

Is it time to update your estate plan?

After creating an estate plan, many people will simply leave it and forget about it for years or even decades to come. In reality, however, an estate plan should change just as often as your life does. After all, an outdated estate plan is almost as bad as having no...