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Avoiding Inheritance Mistakes

Avoiding Inheritance Mistakes

Grieving from the loss of a loved one and receiving an inheritance are both emotional experiences. The loss of a loved one is sad but the influx of funds can bring joy or relief. It can be hard to think and plan objectively. After receiving an inheritance, some people...

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Making Your Estate Plan Conflict Free

Making Your Estate Plan Conflict Free

In certain cases, your heirs, including minors and adults, may have different opinions regarding family circumstances, particularly in relation to inheriting your estate. Relationships can change and intensify when you die, with underlying issues that bubble to the...

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Powers of Attorney: A Quick Guide

Powers of Attorney: A Quick Guide

Estate Planning does not begin and end without implementing Power of Attorney (POA) documents. All states recognize powers of attorney, but rules and requirements will differ from state to state. The document gives one or more individuals the legal authority to act as...

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How do I Write a Letter of Instruction?

How do I Write a Letter of Instruction?

Letters of instruction, or letters of intent, are an important part of estate planning. They provide background information and the purpose of your estate. Unlike a will, a letter of instruction is not legally binding. It can be personalized to provide easy-to-read...

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Claim Social Security at the Right Time

Claim Social Security at the Right Time

To supplement retirement income for America's elderly population, Social Security serves as a support system. While in the workforce, you contribute monthly to this program. Once retired, you can begin collecting your social security payment. These payments continue...

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Avoiding Inheritance Mistakes

Avoiding Inheritance Mistakes

Grieving from the loss of a loved one and receiving an inheritance are both emotional experiences. The loss of a loved one is sad but the influx of funds can bring joy or relief. It can be hard to think and plan objectively. After receiving an inheritance, some people...

read more
Making Your Estate Plan Conflict Free

Making Your Estate Plan Conflict Free

In certain cases, your heirs, including minors and adults, may have different opinions regarding family circumstances, particularly in relation to inheriting your estate. Relationships can change and intensify when you die, with underlying issues that bubble to the...

read more
Powers of Attorney: A Quick Guide

Powers of Attorney: A Quick Guide

Estate Planning does not begin and end without implementing Power of Attorney (POA) documents. All states recognize powers of attorney, but rules and requirements will differ from state to state. The document gives one or more individuals the legal authority to act as...

read more
How do I Write a Letter of Instruction?

How do I Write a Letter of Instruction?

Letters of instruction, or letters of intent, are an important part of estate planning. They provide background information and the purpose of your estate. Unlike a will, a letter of instruction is not legally binding. It can be personalized to provide easy-to-read...

read more
Claim Social Security at the Right Time

Claim Social Security at the Right Time

To supplement retirement income for America's elderly population, Social Security serves as a support system. While in the workforce, you contribute monthly to this program. Once retired, you can begin collecting your social security payment. These payments continue...

read more

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