A person who has assets to pass down to their heirs and beneficiaries can sometimes do that in a will. However, many people opt to use trusts because they can bypass the probate system. The individual who creates the trust can set certain terms for the disbursement by...
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The idea of a guardianship makes many people feel uneasy. Plenty of concerned and loving adult children of aging parents delay seeking a likely necessary guardianship because they don't want to limit their parents' independence or damage their relationship. It is easy...
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Whether your elderly loved one is living at home or in a nursing home, they are going to be exposed to scams and situations where others try to take advantage of them. Unfortunately, it is not uncommon for the elderly to be taken advantage of, so it’s important for...
Having a new child is a high point in a parent’s life, but it’s also a time when careful planning becomes a priority. One thing that new parents need to think about is their estate plan. Even if they already had one, it will probably need to be changed so that they...