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How To Plug the Leaks in Your Will & Estate Plan

December 3, 2019

Everyone needs a will… even if all your assets are owned by a living trust or held in joint title. It is unlikely that even if you have a living trust or other arrangement, all your assets will be covered by it. Any other assets will be covered by your will or disposed of according […]

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How To Resolve Estate Planning Disputes: The Funeral & Burial

June 18, 2019

The post-mortem activities involving baseball great Ted Williams spotlight an Estate Planning issue that rarely is discussed: Who has the final say on the funeral and burial arrangements? Most of you will recall that after Ted Williams passed away, his son apparently had the body flown to a firm in Arizona, where the body was […]

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How to Write an Ethical Will for Your Estate Planning

May 4, 2018

Your estate plan is part of your legacy, but your legacy should be more than financial assets, material possessions and legal documents. For more and more people, the final touch to their estate plans is what sometimes is known as an ethical will. Others have called it a legacy letter, heritage will, family philosophy statement, […]

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Reviewing Your Will and Estate Planning

July 1, 2003

Your will and estate plan need to be reviewed. Be sure they are ready for coming changes. A key tool in many estate plans especially needs some re-working soon. Otherwise, you might be caught in a trap. The current lifetime estate and gift tax exemption is $1 million per person. It rises in 2004, and […]

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What A Will Can And Cannot Do

September 1, 1999

A will is one of the simplest yet most powerful documents you can write. A will can decide what happens to valuable property, even billions of dollars worth. It can decide who becomes the guardian of minor children, who controls a business or other entity, and how much of your wealth goes to the government. […]

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