Archive for the ‘Estate Planning’ Category

Archive for the ‘Estate Planning’ Category


How to Discuss Estate Planning for Aging Parents

August 24th, 2016

We have been through numerous awkward and uncomfortable discussions with our parents while growing up, ranging from studies, love interests and career. As an adult, you will find yourself amidst another tricky discussion; this time however, it will be about securing your aging parents’ interests, assets and ensuring that they are financially stable through their […]

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Probate an Estate: How Does It Work?

July 5th, 2016

While deciding to probate an estate is the last thing on the mind of someone who just lost a loved one, it nonetheless needs to be done in order to settle the estate and pass on the property and title to deserving beneficiaries. How it works is that someone close to the deceased individual or […]

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How Does Moving Impact My Estate Plan and Will?

June 7th, 2016

Making a will and estate plan is not something you do every day so usually people make sure that there is nothing that they leave out and no corrections need to be made. Thus, the question arises: does moving from one home to another require you to make changes to your will and other estate […]

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The People Involved In Estate Planning and Their Roles

May 11th, 2016

While you may think that you do not need it, but preparing your will and establishing a legal trust is always a smart thing to do. It’s necessary to look into the process of legalizing your estate planning if you do not want your life’s earnings and estate to crumble afterwards. While estate planning can […]

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Which Estate Planning Documents Should You Create or Update in 2016?

April 1st, 2016

Just like the rest of the world around us, the law needs to evolve and adapt to the changes 2016 has brought and will continue to bring. Legal requirements and guidelines keep changing from time to time for the greater good of everyone, and this applies to every field, whether it is estate planning documents […]

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