There are few things more destructive to family relationships than dealing with disputes after a loved one’s death. Dealing with potential high-value assets along with grief can be overwhelming and ruin a family. Additionally, intense strife over a will or trust may result in some or all of your intended beneficiaries attempting to abandon your estate plan.
If you are going through the estate planning process, you may find it confusing. There are several options available to you, so this is natural. Many people wonder whether they should have a will, or trust, or both.
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The Practicality of Estate Planning You work hard to provide for your family, pay for your child's college tuition, and […]
The IRS has announced that the annual gift tax exclusion is increasing next year due to inflation. After five years […]
The IRS has announced the 2018 inflation adjustments for many tax provisions, including exemptions for estate, gift and generation-skipping transfer […]
You work hard to provide for your family, pay for your child's college tuition, and ensure your family lives a […]
Is My A/B Trust Obsolete? A revocable living trust is a valuable tool to protect and preserve your assets both […]
As our senior population grows older, they face unique and complex challenges. Fear of losing control and doubt concerning the […]
In most cases the language in a Trust simply states that the Trustee shall be entitled to “Reasonable Compensation” without […]