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Why Having a Valid Will is Essential

A majority of Americans think estate planning is important, but only about a third have a will. Those individuals with a will may have moved to a different state or forgot to update their will after life events such…

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An Ineffective Power of Attorney

You can designate a trusted individual to act on your behalf by granting him or her power of attorney. They could be related to personal finances, business operations, or medical needs and used for a single immediate purpose or an…

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Plan Your Estate to Minimize Conflict

Minor and adult children alike may not agree on family circumstances, especially regarding the inheritance of your estate. Relationships can change and intensify when you die, with underlying issues that bubble to the surface, creating tensions over your estate and…

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Divorce Can Cause Your Estate Plan to Change

When divorce occurs (especially if there are children involved), it can be emotionally difficult and financially challenging. Rarely is the division of assets an amicable process. While your estate plan may be the furthest thing from your mind during a…

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