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What is the Role of a Child’s Legal Guardian?

While many people don’t expect to pass away until they’re elderly, with their children grown and out of the house, this isn’t true for everyone. There are many instances where someone may pass away when their children are still minors and need a legal guardian to care for them. If you’re a parent who is […]...

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What is a Transfer on Death Account?

When trying to pass down your assets, trusts and wills are typically the best way to do so, but they’re not perfect. There are special circumstances where a trust or a will won’t be able to complete your wishes. If you expect this to happen, you can still ensure your assets pass down the way […]...

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Do Trusts Protect From Creditors?

Trusts are useful estate planning tools. One of the best things about them is that they can be used to protect your assets from unwanted/unintended beneficiaries, estate taxes, and more. That way, you can leave your assets to your intended friends and loved ones. But what about creditors trying to collect a debt? Trusts have […]...

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Does a Trust Protect Assets in a Divorce?

Divorce can be a complex and emotionally challenging process. Estate planning is no different. Planning your estate can be even more confusing if you have to consider the possibility of getting divorced. If you’re in this situation, you may be wondering how much protection a trust offers your assets during a divorce. The Law Offices […]...

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6 Reasons to Start Estate Planning Early

Estate planning is not something that most people want to think about, let alone do, as most of the time, estate planning involves planning for what happens after you pass away. This is understandable, but it doesn’t always have to be the case. Trusts can be used and accessed while you are still alive. In […]...

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6 Ways to Avoid Your Will Being Contested

Writing a will or trust is an important step in ensuring that your assets go to whom you want them to after you pass away. However, even with careful planning and consideration, you can’t always keep someone from trying to contest your will or trust. When this happens, conflict and tension can arise amongst your […]...


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