How Cryptocurrency and NFTs Fit into Your Estate Plan

Five years ago, cryptocurrency was probably not on your radar. Today, it may be an important investment in your portfolio. You could even own some nonfungible tokens (NFTs), which are powered by the ...
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Bankruptcy and its Effects on Estate Planning

Bankruptcy may be one of the last things on your mind when you are creating an estate plan. Fortunately, the number of bankruptcy filings has declined over the past several years, but there ...
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Updating Your Estate Plan

Interested in updating your estate plan? If your life or the law has changed since you signed your last will and testament (will) or trust agreement, you need to update your document. You ...
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Vacation Property and Estate Planning

A vacation property is not only real estate that must be planned for, managed, and maintained, they are also the birthplace of happy memories for you and your loved ones. According to the ...
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Protecting Your Spouse with an Estate Plan

With couples of a similar age, planning for the future is naturally a joint effort. However, if you are married to someone who is significantly older or younger than you, the future can ...
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Families with Stay-at-Home Parents

Most Americans strive to earn a decent-sized paycheck to support themselves and their families when they go to work. Stay-at-home parents, however, work to provide valuable nonfinancial contributions to their family everyday. They ...
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How a Pour-Over Trust Can Simplify Estate Planning

A number of married couples think about their accounts and property as “yours, mine, and ours,” especially if either or both spouses have gotten or will be getting remarried, married late in life, ...
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Your Roadmap to a Protected Future after Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy can be incredibly stressful for anyone to go through. Once your matter has been closed, you may wonder what the next steps are. To ensure that you protect your remaining accounts and ...
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An Estate Plan Should Not Be a Set-It-and-Forget-It Endeavor 

As we all know, life happens. There is really nothing we can do about it. However, some of the most common life events can have a dramatic effect on your estate plan. If ...
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Life Insurance and Estate Planning: Protecting Your Beneficiaries’ Interests

A common misconception people have about life insurance is that they only need to designate their spouse, child, or loved one as the beneficiary of the policy to ensure that the life insurance ...
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