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Estate Planning For Blended Families

Divorce and remarriage are part of life for many people. In fact, a recent report reveals four out of 10 Americans identify as being part of a "blended family." Whether you, your spouse, or both have brought children from a previous marriage into a new union, it is...

Things To Understand As A Trustee

Have you been appointed as a trustee? Do you understand the responsibility that goes along with this? You are faced with many tasks, including the proper management of the trust. Along with this, there are legal responsibilities you have to live up to. As a trustee,...

Are You Making An Estate Planning Mistake?

Your estate plan is one of the most important legal documents you will sign. Unfortunately, many people attempt to cut corners or save money by preparing their own estate documents or using an online service. The problem with these approaches is that they can lead to...

A Succession Plan Is A Necessity

When you create estate planning documents, you must select trustworthy people to act on your behalf in the event of your incapacity or death. Obviously, you want to choose individuals that understand your wishes and will do everything they can to ensure your estate...