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Guidelines For Selecting The Right Trustee

Creating a trust is a big step in the right direction. However, you aren't done until you have named the right trustee. As simple as this sounds on the surface, it can actually be quite complex. You know this is a big decision, and you don't want to make a choice that...

Why Do People Avoid Estate Planning?

Few people think of estate planning as a fun activity. In fact, most people put it off as long as possible. It's a bit like scheduling a dentist appointment: you know you should do it, and that it's good for you, but you end up coming up with one excuse after another...

The Worst Places To Store Your Will

After you make your last will and testament, all the hard work is done, right? Not exactly. Although making your will is an important step, it is just as important to make sure you store this critical legal document safely. You should also make sure certain key...

Is A Living Trust And Will The Same?

From an estate planning perspective, many people believe that a living trust and will is pretty much the same thing. While these documents may provide some of the same benefits, they are totally unique in a number of ways. If you neglect to learn more about the pros...