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Does ‘Gray Divorce’ Fit into Estate Planning?

“Gray divorce” — the unfortunately named term for divorce after age 50 — is increasing among baby boomers.
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Should I have Revocable Living Trust in Estate Plan?

A revocable living trust is a great tool to help your assets pass smoothly to your beneficiaries. It can also significantly reduce the headaches of probate. However, while some assets belong in a trust, others cannot (or should not) go into one.
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How to Shop for a Life Insurance Policy

It sounds morbid, but when you’re shopping for a life insurance policy, insurers want to know the answer to one question: What’s your life expectancy?
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What Happens If You Become Incapacitated?

Many people ask what would happen if they were in the hospital and unable to make their own medical decisions? The answer depends on whether you planned ahead.
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Half of Americans Making More than $100K Don’t Have a Will

Among those who do not have an estate plan, 63% said that they have considered creating one in the past and 46% said they do not know how to start.
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Can You Inherit a House with a Mortgage?

Dealing with the loss of a loved one is never easy. When inheritances, homes, estates and mortgages are involved, tensions can run high within a family. It is easy to get lost in the paperwork and terms.
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Can a Family Limited Liability Company Reduce Estate Taxes?

These vehicles let a family manage multiple interests, preserve parental control and protect assets from claims of creditors and divorcing spouses, among other benefits.
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Does Estate Administration Need to Be Supervised?

What is an unsupervised administration and why is it better than other types?
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Can I Protect My Inheritance from Divorce?

Your dad bequeathed you a generous sum of money on his passing. Those gifted and inherited assets, in many instances, will be considered ‘separate property,’ not marital property. That might mean that they might not be subject to division, if you divorce. However, perhaps you want to backstop that hoped for result to make the protection more likely to stick if your marriage doesn’t work out.
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Is Your Incapacity Plan in Place?

You may lose the ability to manage your own affairs as you grow older. Therefore, it’s necessary to have an incapacity plan in place.
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