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Where Should You Store Your Estate Documents?

Where Should You Store Your Estate Documents?If you’ve got estate plan documents such as a will, power of attorney, perhaps a living trust, and a healthcare decision-making document written up, good for you! These documents will help ensure your wishes are carried out and your assets are distributed as you intended. The next question you […]

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Estate Planning Documents

The Three Key Estate Planning Documents

The Three Key Estate Planning DocumentsEstate planning can require that a client and attorney work through sensitive legal and financial information touching every aspect of a client’s life. At its core, though, clients most often need three essential documents. This article is meant to be an extremely high-level, basic description of these three documents and […]

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What is a living trust?

What is a living trust?

What is a living trust?We have previously covered the basics of what a trust is.  There are many different types of trusts to be learned.  Let’s discuss  “Inter Vivos”, or Living trusts.  A living trust spells out what is to be done with your assets, dependents, and your heirs.  It is created by you (the […]

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What is a trust?

A trust is a bucket.  What on earth does that mean? Well, I could tell you that a trust is a fiduciary arrangement established by someone allowing someone else to hold assets on behalf of a beneficiary or beneficiaries. I could tell you that trusts are established for any of dozens of different reasons, and […]

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