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Colleen Watters 8h
Estate Planning isn’t’ just for life’s sunset years, planning is important for everyone no matter what age. Want to know more about how to put a plan in place? Let's talk
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LMN Law Group 5h
Did you know that when you can name more than one person to act as your executor? Contact LMN Law Group to discuss this and any other questions.
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maison IOM 7h
Why have just one house on your plot when you can easily own two.. this afternoons seaview scheme on the board.. but something very different being planned for this..
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Trailblazers.FM 13m
Did you know? Once a Will is filed with the court it becomes public record. Anyone can read what you put in your will. Learn what you can do to prevent that from happening LISTEN:   via  
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Levine_Furman_Rubin 2h
Plan For Your Future and Protect Your Legacy! Gain by taking steps now to preserve your wealth and care for your loved ones when you’re no longer able to. Download our worksheet to get started!
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Steve Thienel 3h
"Without a Power of Attorney, Living Will, Health Care Directive, and other estate planning documents, the court will appoint someone to make very personal decisions for you and manage your finances and property."
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DBL Lawyers 7h
So you have an estate plan in place and have checked all the boxes. The following article from contributed by Retirement Watch has provided a quick outline of things to review. You may be surprised!
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Hagel Lawfirm 5h
"As the year draws to a close and you’re reviewing your financial situation, be sure to consider these four planning strategies to help prepare your family for the unexpected" | |
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Keypoint Law 21h
Keypoint's estate planning team is set to grow with the appointment of Adeline Schiralli in Sydney. Adeline is an accomplished and lawyer with extensive experience developing comprehensive and practical estate plans.
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Trenam Law 9h
Private Client Services attorney, Marla Bohlander, provides some useful reminders you may want to consider as we approach the new year, when reviewing your estate plan, which she shares in the December edition of .
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Chris Delaney Dec 7
Planning an event or family meeting for 2019? Consider using “The Naked Opus: Growing Your Family Wealth for the Long Term” by Chris Delaney as your template via
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scott huff 10h
This is a photo of my Mom’s estate plan (binder). We needed to update it so I grabbed it. Sad that it’s been reduced to this binder that’s beat up and old. I have no idea who the attorney even is? 🤷‍♂️ Is this what has been reduced to 🤔
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Clicks & Mortar Web Dec 8
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Belfint Lyons Shuman 8h
We had a phenomenal turnout at last week’s Belfint Briefings on ! To attend this week’s briefing on , register here.
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Gary Roux, MBA Dec 9
Estate and gift tax limitations have never been better for families dealing with this issue. The current $11.2MM per person exemption may not last forever. Don't let this opportunity slip away, it has been decades in the making.
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Richard Brothers 3h
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Warner Law Group, LLC 1h
Can a Special Needs Trust Pay for Housing Without Reducing SSI Benefits? Careful precautions should be taken before any trust funds are used to pay for housing costs of those with disabilities. Read more:
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Gove Law Office Dec 9
A mother withholds a significant opportunity from her daughter, who finds out years later, only after the mother's death. What recourse does she have to collect from her mother's estate to try to make up for this lost opportunity?
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Josh Visconti Dec 8
Avoid the mistakes of Aretha Franklin and Prince. :
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ALDF Dec 5
Plan for the future! Consider establishing a trust for your companion animals.
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