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Thoughts on Selecting an Executor

This is the second post in a series on what to think about when determining who you want to designate in your will to serve as executor of your estate. First of all, you should consider that selecting a beneficiary … Continue reading

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What Type of Person Should I Look for in an Executor?

First, it is important to understand what an executor does.  I will explain in more detail what the executor does in another post, but for the time being you should understand that this is the person who will be appointed … Continue reading

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Don’t Let Estate Planning Scare You This Halloween

Estate planning is sometimes thought to be a scary process.  Right up there with purchasing life insurance or having a root canal.  But almost all of my clients breathe a sigh of relief when they have completed the process saying … Continue reading

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Estate Planning Myths

There are many mistaken beliefs by the populace when it comes to wills, trusts and probate.  I hear some of them when I meet with clients.  But more often I hear these particular myths when speaking with people who don’t … Continue reading

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Are Firearms in Your Estate?

If you own any firearms or ammunition, you need to be especially vigilant in your estate planning.  Not only must you determine if your firearms and ammunition must be registered under the NFA and possibly other laws, but you need … Continue reading

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