Estate Plan Trusts

Estate Plan Trusts

Division Without Divisive
Estate - Will You Lose Yo
Revocable Trust vs Irrevo
What Did James Brown and
Grantor Trust - What is I
The Importance Of Setting
Estate - When Friends And
Living Will
Choosing Guardians for Ch
The Three Main Causes Of
Division Without Divisiveness
Youve probably heard the horror stories how sometimes families are torn apart by hard feelings stemming from the inequitable division of estates or even from the perception that the division was not fair. As an outside observer, it might be easy to
Estate - Will You Lose Your Home To Medicaid?
The largest financial risk that seniors face today is the potential of assisted living and nursing home costs to devour the nest egg that has taken a lifetime to build. Many will end up relying on Medicaid to pay these costs. If thats the case for y
What Did James Brown and Anna Nicole Smith Have in Common?
Perhaps if both of them had followed the advice recommended in the following article, their estates could have been settled more quickly and easily. Obviously, they did NOT "Get their houses in order" soon enough. Don''t cause your loved ones the ago
Revocable Trust vs Irrevocable Trusts
A Revocable Trust or living trust is a legal arrangement used in estate planning that provides for the management and distribution of your property when you die. This will be stated on a Declaration of trust or Trust agreement. The trustor transfers
Grantor Trust - What is It?
The purpose of a trust is to create an "artificial legal person" to protect, hold, and manage your private wealth for the benefit of your heirs. - As in any contract, someone must initiate the contract (grantor or trustee). So the grantor trust is s
Estate - When Friends And Family WANT Your Money
Few situations have a greater potential for problems as when dealing with money and relatives. If youve ever had a child ask you for a loan or a distant relative request money to start a business, then you know just how touchy these situations can b
The Importance Of Setting Finances In Place
I was invited by my good friend and wealth planner, Alice Phua, to a talk today about how to avoid the pitfalls on estate planning. I did not know what to expect when I was going for the talk and thought that it should not be anything relevant to me
The Three Main Causes Of Conflict In An Estate Settlement And What To Do About T
Most attorneys believe that the majority of problems related to dividing an estate should be solved outside of the courtroom in other words, prevented. In a sense, if you discuss this subject with those who counsel individuals over personal family m
Choosing Guardians for Children
The most important decision you''ll make in your estate plan is appointing guardians for your minor children. Who you pick will impact not only your children but also the lives of your guardians. While you and your children may feel an affinity for a
Living Will
A living will is a legal document that you create to prepare your medical care and finances in the event that you become incapacitated and cannot make decisions for yourself. It is a way to plan ahead in the event of an emergency. Each state has dif
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