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For most people, pretty much everything they owned could be held, sorted and doled out by their estate lawyer. Today, that’s far less true. Read more

Estate planning isn’t just for the ultra-wealthy, nor is it something you should put off until your golden years. Read more

Families and their loved ones with dementia need to start advance care planning after receiving a diagnosis of dementia. Medical experts and attorneys can help your loved one to be involved in their care planning. Read more

Facing the decline of health, whether mental or physical, brings an array of challenges. Some of those are logistical physical challenges, while others are legal, such as managing bill payments or filing taxes. Read more

Priscilla Presley believes she should be in charge of daughter Lisa Marie Presley’s estate. However, a legal document filed seven years ago suggests that wasn’t what the singer-songwriter wanted should she die. Read more

Tax Reimbursement

Tax reimbursement clauses are a common clause in many trusts. Why are they used? Why are they important for you to understand? Read more

Inheritance - grandfather and young child in a swing

Heirs receiving an inheritance can expect the process to take time. Having a plan for the money and consulting with professionals are also things to keep in mind. Read more

Last Will and Testament

If I have a current will that is about seven to 10 years old, do I have to write up a new will or can I edit the current will? Read more

For most people, it is perfectly natural to think about estate planning only in terms of planning for death. While planning for your death is very important, if that is all you plan for, your planning can quickly become woefully inadequate. Read more