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Articles on Estate and Business Planning
A Parent's Love
What would happen to your children if you didn't come home? Who is authorized to make emergency medical decisions for them in your absence? Be prepared!
What are the responsibilities and liabilities of those your have appointed to serve as the fiduciaries of your estate plan upon your death?
Business Owners Beware
Review common challenges which should be addressed today to ensure the survival of family businesses from generation to generation.
This article discusses three basic flavors of Buy-Sell Agreements (BSAs) and the means available to finance their terms when triggered.
Planning for Incapacity
Spare yourself and your loved-ones potential conflict and unplanned expenses by planning for your incapacity while you still able to do so.
In this article, we examine the Daughter Syndrome. After a woman rears her children and cares for her parents, in-laws and husand..who is there to care for her?
In this article, we consider estate equalization planning to avoid disinheriting either your new spouse, or your children of a prior marriage.
Family disharmony resulting from an inheritance, or lack thereof, can be avoided through proper estate planning.
Finding an Estate Planning Attorney
Selecting the right estate planning attorney can be difficult. However, there are some pointers you can follow to help you select the right one.
If you find it hard making decisions about who will take care of your assets, you may be procrastinating about life and estate planning.
His, Hers & Theirs - Estate Planning Challenges for Blended Families
If your family is a blended family, you face unique challenges, including disinheriting your ex-spouse, providing for your new spouse and all of your children.
Joint property, or joint tenancy, can create estate planning pitfalls. This article explores some of the issus and discusses possible solutions.
Letting Go of Adult Children - The College Kit
You need to ensure that you have the authority to get information and make medical decisions for your adult children when they are not able to do so.
Planning for a Surviving Spouse
Leaving property outright to your spouse may open the door to the uncertainties of a guardianship proceeding, unforeseen expenses and many delays.