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Who Should Be Your Executor

Who Should Be Your Executor?

The person you have placed in charge of your estate under a Will is called a ‘Personal Representative’ or ‘Executor/Executrix.’
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Posted on: August 15, 2023
Transferring Property to Heirs? Skip Top Five Mistakes

Transferring Property to Heirs? Skip Top Five Mistakes

Death is inevitable, but dying without an estate plan is not. Estate planning is a must for property owners, no matter how uncomfortable the subject might make you.
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Posted on: August 12, 2023
What Is Discrimination in Nursing Homes

What Is Discrimination in Nursing Homes?

Nursing homes are legally bound to protect their residents from discrimination based on characteristics like race, ethnicity, religion, gender or disability.
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Posted on: August 11, 2023

What Happened when Robin Williams’ Wife was Cut Out of Estate?

The unexpected death of comedy icon Robin Williams in 2014 set off an explosive battle over his $50 million estate.
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Posted on: August 10, 2023
How to Speak With Mom and Dad About Estate Planning

How to Speak With Mom and Dad About Estate Planning

Estate planning is an activity many families, especially in lower-income communities, don't often use, despite its many benefits. Two-thirds of Americans don't have a will, according to the 2022 Caring.com survey.
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Posted on: August 9, 2023
Estate Planning Checklist

Estate Planning Checklist to Put Affairs in Order

An estate plan can give you peace of mind that things you value will be distributed according to your wishes when you die.
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Posted on: August 8, 2023
What Should I Know About Powers of Attorney

What Should I Know About Powers of Attorney?

Are you worried about what might happen to your estate and investments if you become disabled or incapacitated?
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Posted on: August 5, 2023
Special Needs Planning for Beneficiaries with Disabilities

Special Needs Planning for Beneficiaries with Disabilities

When preparing testamentary documents, such as wills and trusts, protecting beneficiaries with disabilities should be a priority.
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Posted on: August 4, 2023
IRS Changes Rule on Inheritance Taxes

IRS Changes Rule on Inheritance Taxes

The agency has curbed the tax break on a particular kind of trust that is often used to minimize capital gains taxes.
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Posted on: August 3, 2023
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