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Estate Planning For Special Needs Children- Special Needs Trusts
Parents generally face challenges when it comes to estate planning needs for their special children. Finding a planning strategy that protects and safeguards the privileges provided to special child o...
Common Questions Asked About Last Will Forms
CAN MY LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT BE CHANGED? Yes. Changes to a will are made by simply making a new will and destroying the old one. Or you can just add on to your will with a "Codicil".A Codicil is a...
Estate Planning - Rules and Trustees
If you are wisely attempting to put some assets into a trust (inter vivos) in your lifetime, then you have been paying attention to the important differences between wills and trusts. A trust created ...
Estate Planning - No Contest Clause in your Will
There is value in the story of an older client who had seen a very interesting clause employed in a will. There was a great deal of money at stake and the many family members had little reason to love...
Louisiana Estate Planning Is Not the Same As Other States
Estate planning is a serious responsibility. It is a way to make sure that all you have worked for your whole life goes to those you love. It is a way to make sure everyone is provided for. You are ne...
What is a Last Will and Testament?
A will is a legal form that will ensure your estate gets divided how you desire. The person who owns the estate (money and belongings) is called the 'testator'. Without a will your estate is wide op...
Don't Leave your Estate Unprotected
Don't Leave Your Estate UnprotectedBy David N. ChazinIn conjunction with Sagemark Consulting, a division of Lincoln Financial Advisors, a registered investment advisor. Mr. Chazin is a regular contri...
Reasons To Make A Will
Few people know the ins and outs of will making and why you should do it. However, it's actually a straight - forward process and once it's done you don't have to worry about it anymore unless you ...
Estate Planning - Protecting Your Spouse.
The first question many people have when considering estate planning is how to protect their spouse in the event that they pass away. Although it is common to offer the advice that a will or trust is ...
The Importance Of Making A Will
Will making isn't something that people think about on a regular basis. Whether this is because they don't realise what they're worth, think they have plenty of time to do it or just don't think a...
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