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Must I Sell Parent’s Home if They Move to a Nursing Facility?

Reaching the point where you need to consider residential options for your mother can be overwhelming. Not only is it emotionally fraught, there are also financial and legal considerations.
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What Happens when Bitcoin Holders Die?

In today’s digital era, the departed will be survived by their electronic footprints, such as iPhone photo albums, Spotify playlists—and cryptocurrency wallets.
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Can Estate Planning Reduce Taxes?

Once more hesitant to plan ahead, clients in today’s environment are much more proactive and willing to take action in the near term, rather than waiting and risking having to pay higher taxes down the line.
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Do I Need an Attorney for Probate?

A competent elder law or estate attorney can discuss and use, where appropriate, such provisions as the family exemption, benefits to prepaying inheritance tax, even where the tax return is not yet complete and a listing of itemized deductions.
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Does Marriage have an Impact on a Will?

Being married is significant both for a married person’s lifetime estate planning and subsequent administration of the estate at death. Important rights and responsibilities exist between married persons.
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How Do I Set Up an Estate Plan to Help Grandchild with Special Needs?

Estate planning is not a requirement. No one can force you to make your will, create a power of attorney or to own your property in a way to avoid probate. As a result, people too often let common estate planning excuses stand in their way.
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What are the Most Common Estate Planning Mistakes?

With apologies to poet Robert Burns, the best-laid estate plans of women and men sometimes go awry.
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Why Do So Few Black Americans Have Wills?

When actor Chadwick Boseman died, he didn’t have a will. Neither did recording artists Prince and Aretha Franklin. Each time the news broke, there was surprise that such notable names hadn’t made estate plans. Yet, estate planning isn’t as common as experts argue it should be, particularly among Black Americans.
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What Can’t I Forget in My Will Now that I’m 50?

Without a will, decisions made about your property and assets will be handed over to local courts, which can make an already challenging time even harder for your loved ones.
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What Happens to Parents’ Debt when They Die?

Adult children typically don’t have to pay their parents’ bills. However, there are exceptions.  Even when a child doesn’t have to pay directly, debt could reduce what they inherit.
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