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Estate Planning For Singles

If you are single and not financially responsible for anyone else, having an estate plan might not seem critical. Nonetheless, estate planning can ensure that your wishes are followed both before and after you pass. One element of an estate … Continue reading

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National Estate Planning Awareness Week: October 17–23

The National Association of Estate Planners & Council is the association of choice for estate planning professionals with nearly 260 affiliated local estate planning councils, and their estimated 29,000 members with ongoing education and a forum for networking within the … Continue reading

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Involving Your Entire Family in Planning

As our families grow, the change can be exciting but it should also be a reminder to keep plans updated. As we age, whether we are grandparents, parents, aunts, uncles or parents with small children, we should create or update … Continue reading

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Estate Planning Complete? Now What?

So you have met with your estate planning attorney and have prepared your will or trust, your medical and financial powers of attorney, and the necessary other documents.  Can you just put it all away now and forget about it? … Continue reading

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