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  • Providing Care for an Aging Relative
    Providing Care for an Aging Relative

    Providing care to aging relatives is a natural habit of families. The love and care many adult children receive growing up become reciprocal, particularly in the case of their aging parents. But with ...

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  • Understanding Coming of Age and Powers of Attorney
    Understanding Coming of Age and Powers of Attorney

    A little child who once needed you for everything becomes an adult - overnight - when they turn 18 (in most states). Now your child is free to vote, marry, apply for a credit card, make medical and ...

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  • Incorporating Crypto-currency Into Your Estate Plan
    Incorporating Crypto-currency Into Your Estate Plan

    In the case of digital assets, traditional estate planning elements are mostly obsolete. Crypto-assets may comprise significant individual wealth in the forms of cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and ...

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  • What Happens to an Inheritance When the Beneficiary Dies?
    What Happens to an Inheritance When the Beneficiary Dies?

    Who inherits a beneficiary's estate when he or she dies? You may be wondering whether if you leave property to your brother Jim, but he dies before you, would his kids inherit the property in his ...

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  • What Is the Difference Between a Will and a Trust?
    What Is the Difference Between a Will and a Trust?

    There are a number of benefits to using both a will and a trust for estate planning. Each state has specific laws and regulations governing these legal documents. You can have both a will and a trust; ...

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  • There Are Some Pitfalls to Be Aware of When It Comes to Beneficiary Designations
    There Are Some Pitfalls to Be Aware of When It Comes to Beneficiary Designations

    The idea of leaving your property to your heirs might seem straightforward. You make a will or a trust, you do a transfer-on-death deed for your real estate, you put your kids on your bank account, ...

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