Posts Categorized: Estate Planning

The Dangers of a Handwritten Will

Ever wonder why you can’t just write your own will? The truth is, while many states allow a handwritten (or holographic) will, there are a number of reasons NOT to do it. Listen as we...

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Not All Powers of Attorney Are the Same

Most people know that a durable power of attorney will protect them from a costly guardianship in the event they become incapacitated.  However, not just any document claiming to be a power of attorney will...

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Keeping It All In The Family

Are you concerned that your family wealth could fall into the hands of outsiders after your death?  Have you considered the financial impact of your child getting divorced or passing away after they have inherited...

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Estate Plans For Seniors Getting Married

Last week we blogged about the estate planning needs of recently-married couples. The more we thought about it, however, the more we realized that the article really focused on younger people getting married. But what...

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