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Blog Posts in August, 2011

  • YOU LIKELY NEED A LIVING TRUST AND A LIVING WILL

    If you’re thinking about the estate planning tools that you want to utilize, you’ll likely consider the use of a living trust or a living will. It’s important to understand that these documents are very different and are used for different reasons. While not everyone may choose to create a living trust, most people choose the use of a living will. Take a look at the following information, to ...
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  • DON'T PUT OFF YOUR ESTATE PLANNING JUST BECAUSE YOU'RE YOUNG

    Many people believe that because they’re young, there’s no need to handle their estate planning affairs. This is NOT true. It’s important to have a plan in place as soon as you reach adulthood, so that you can be prepared throughout your lifetime. If you’ve been putting off planning, take a look at the following information, to better understand your needs and what you can accomplish with estate ...
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  • ESTATE PLANNING FOR BEGINNERS: HOW TO GET STARTED (PART 3 OF 3)

    As you begin to consider your estate planning needs, you will likely have many questions and concerns. It’s important to make sure that you understand the basics of the estate planning process, so that you’re able to have the best plan possible. We’ve taken the time to answer more common estate planning questions in this article. Take a look at the following information, to learn more about estate ...
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  • ESTATE PLANNING FOR BEGINNERS: HOW TO GET STARTED (PART 2 OF 3)

    When beginning your estate planning , you may have a lot of questions about how the planning process works, and the decisions that you will have to make. We’ve outlined answers to common questions, as a way to help you feel more comfortable about your planning needs. Take a look at the following information, to learn more about estate planning. If you have any questions, or if you’d like to start ...
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  • ESTATE PLANNING FOR BEGINNERS: HOW TO GET STARTED (PART 1 OF 3)

    If you’re just beginning to think about your estate planning needs, you probably have a lot of questions and concerns. In fact, it may seem overwhelming having to plan for the future. If you’re looking to feel more comfortable by learning more about the planning process, take a look at the following information. If you have any additional questions, or if you’d like to begin discussing your estate ...
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  • ESTATE PLANNING: IT'S NOT JUST ABOUT DEATH

    Many people assume that estate planning is only the process of planning how your affairs will be handled after death. While this is one way that you can utilize estate planning, there are many other needs that can be met as well. It’s important to realize that an estate plan can also assist you in achieving your goals throughout your lifetime. Take a look at the following information to learn more ...
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  • WHAT IF I WANT TO WRITE MY OWN WILL?

    If you’re beginning to consider your estate planning needs, you may be thinking about creating a will. Many people assume that they’re able to draft their own will. It is possible to create your own will, but there are a multitude of mistakes that can be made. If you make serious errors, your will may not be legally valid and you may not have the right plan in place. Take a look at the following ...
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  • YOUR FAMILY MAY NEED TO MAKE SPECIAL ESTATE PLANNING PROVISIONS!

    Every family is unique and should take the time to carefully consider their estate planning needs. Taking the time to understand your own family’s needs will allow you to have a better plan in place. Take a look at the following considerations, to see how you can improve your estate planning. If you have any questions, or if you’re ready to start your estate planning affairs, contact an estate ...
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  • YOUR FAMILY MAY NEED TO MAKE SPECIAL ESTATE PLANNING PROVISIONS!

    Every family is unique and should take the time to carefully consider their estate planning needs. Taking the time to understand your own family’s needs will allow you to have a better plan in place. Take a look at the following considerations, to see how you can improve your estate planning. If you have any questions, or if you’re ready to start your estate planning affairs, contact an estate ...
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