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Estate Planning

Selling a Parent’s Home after They Pass

Dealing with the death of a parent is challenging but selling their home can be fraught with land mines, particularly if they die without a will.

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Durable Power of Attorney

Power of Attorney: Why You’re Never Too Young

Although we all like to make our own decisions, there may come a time when we no longer have that luxury.

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Advance Healthcare Directives

Complete Your Financial Plan with Estate Planning

The wish to leave our heirs with a legacy is powerful. Don’t leave them without an estate plan.

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Asset Protection

How Do I Plan Financially with a Family Member with Special Needs?

Financial planning is daunting enough, but it becomes more complicated and critical when you have a child or family member with special needs.

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Advance Healthcare Directives

What Can I Do When My Aging Parent Refuses to Give Up Control?

There are plenty of aging parents out there making life difficult for their adult children…

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Advance Healthcare Directives

Do I Need to Update My Estate Plan if I Relocate for Retirement?

You may have a will or a full estate plan that was prepared by an attorney in another state, or perhaps you haven’t yet taken the important step of planning your estate.

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Advance Healthcare Directives

The Conversation You Need to Have with Your Parents

Parents are often more than happy to offer financial advice to their children. They like to feel needed and want to make sure you’re on solid financial ground. However, it’s important to turn the tables and ask about their financial plans, too.

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Advance Healthcare Directives

Should I Use a DIY Will?

For some people with complicated personal and financial lives, today’s complexities may not be fully addressed with a do-it-yourself service for wills and trusts.

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Estate Planning

How Do I Lessen the Chance of My Children Fighting at My Death?

My mom wants to leave her house to me, since I’m the only girl. My brothers may try and contest this in probate court. What can my mom do to be sure I receive ownership of the house upon her death?

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Elder Law

What Can I Expect for Healthcare Costs in Retirement?

The nation’s health expenditure growth is anticipated to average 5.5 percent annually from 2017 through 2026, compared with 4.6 percent through 2028 for Medicare’s per-capita spending.

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